Honore Daumier Exhibit

David D'Arcy reports on the work of French artist Honore Daumier. He was best known as a political cartoonist, but a new exhibit in Paris shows his paintings, watercolors, drawings and sculptures. Daumier was well-respected by contemporaries like Picasso, van Gogh, Gauguin and Degas.



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