Daumier in the Press
CAMBRIDGE.- Edgar Degas’s (1834-1917) sense of humour is being explored through an exhibition looking at three caricaturists and satirists whose work he collected in large numbers: Honoré Daumier (1808-79), Paul Gavarni (1804-66) and Charles Keene (1823-91). The exhibition Degas, Caricature [...]
On Floor 4 of the General Staff building, a permanent display has opened devoted to the work of the French artist Honoré Daumier. It presents the painting The Burden, the drawing A Seat in the Stalls and 15 of the [...]
Claude Roger-Marx wrote an article about an exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries in London which appeared in "La Vie des Arts" of April 19 1939: "La caricature française à Londres". It shows illustrations of Daumier's DR10262, DR3694, DR3264.
The Dark Side of Daumier’s Comedy with Gretchen Van Slyke, professor, UVM Department of Romance Languages March 7, 2018 Online article on Daumier's Les Bas-bleus. Read the original article: www.bestofburlingtonvt.com/events/135843/the-dark-side-of-daumier-s-comedy
The Economist, Oct. 31, 2013: Daumier: Visions of Paris. Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London 2013
THE ART OF HONORÉ DAUMIER. An artist's artist A rare chance to reappraise the masterful work of a soulful caricaturist HONORÉ DAUMIER (1808-1879) was 21-years old when his satirical lithographs began to appear in the Paris weekly La Caricature. One [...]
Double page article: Culture. Daumier Caricature and "Petit glossaire du caricaturiste" with numerous illustrations from famous Daumier lithographs, drawings and sculptures Better resolution of this image on request.
Online article on Human Rights and the homeless. With numerous illustrations, among which: Wood engraving by Honoré Daumier, Dormeurs à la corde. - deux sous la nuit. DR5838 Read the full article: www.socialistamorena.com.br/abominavel-arte-de-impedir-pessoas-sem-teto-de-dormir-na-rua-e-pedir-esmolas/
The Illustrated London News, Jan.18, 1908 published an article: At The Sign or St. Paul's: Andrew Lang on Famous Scottish Trials, with reproductions of 6 lithographs by Daumier. Better resolution of this image on request.
The New York Times Book Review of Aug. 21, 1932 features a photograph of Daumier's famous lithograph "Le Ventre Législatif" DR131 for their article "The Rule of the Mass Mind", A Leader of Modern Spain Discusses Our Present Dilemma. (see [...]
Royal Cortissoz wrote an article about Daumier in "The Field of Art" in 1925, Vol. 78 -16, page 217 with the image of DR7220 as illustration. See also details about the background of this famous painting under daumier-register.org