Ho·no·ré [aw-naw-rey], /ɔ nɔˈreɪ/, 1808–79, French painter, cartoonist, and lithographer.
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How to use Daumier in a sentence
After Honoré Daumier caricatured King Louis Philippe as Gargantua, he was sent to prison.
It seems to me that Bellows was most successful when he worked basically as a caricaturist, under the influence of Daumier.
Daumier was perhaps a great artist; at all events unsatisfied curiosity increased in proportion to that possibility.
This copious list is Daumier's real history; his life cannot have been a very different business from his work.
We feel that Daumier reproduces admirably the particular life that he sees, because it is the very medium in which he moves.
This is what the student of Daumier recognizes as his science, or, if the word has a better grace, his art.
Balzac took Daumier under his protection from the beginning.The History of the Nineteenth Century in Caricature | Arthur Bartlett Maurice
British Dictionary definitions for Daumier
Honoré (ɔnɔre). 1808–79, French painter and lithographer, noted particularly for his political and social caricatures
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