Musical Notes by Honore Daumier: Prints from the Collection of Egon and Belle Gartenberg

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A painter, sculptor, and printmaker, Honore Daumier (1808-1879) was one of the most prolific and important artists of nineteenth-century France. He played a leading role in shaping the new realism brought to the portrayal of everyday life, but he is now best known for the thousands of caricatures he published in magazines and newspapers such as Le Charivari, a daily with satirical articles and a wide circulation. Musical Notes by Honore Daumier, which accompanied an exhibition of prints from the Collection of Egon and ...

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