Honoré Daumier, Rue Transnonain, le 15 avril 1834 (Rue Transnonain, am 15. April 1834), 1834 © Privatsammlung

Enlarge image: Zeichnung mit vor einem Bett im Nachthemd liegenden Mannes mit Flecken auf Hemd und Boden, weitere liegende Menschen und ein umgestürtzter Stuhl an der Seite

Honoré Daumier. The Hellwig Collection

24 January - 12 May 2024
Städel Museum

Both loved and feared—the artist Honoré Daumier (1808–1879) was one of France’s greatest draughtsmen. A keen observer and controversial contemporary critic, he made a name for himself in the political sphere in 19th-century Paris, primarily through his caricatures, which he produced for the illustrated periodicals “La Caricature” and “Le Charivari”. Daumier became the conscience of an epoch marked by radical social and political upheaval and profound change.

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