Temporary Exhibitions, Harrington Gallery
One of the most witty and adept caricaturists of all time, Honoré Daumier created a body of social and political cartoons that continues to resonate today. The Hood Museum of Art’s collection offers a rich overview of Daumier’s career as a graphic artist, presenting a picture of France at a time in the mid-nineteenth century when cultural and societal changes were ushering in a new era of modernity.
- Aggressive Art: Early Caricature and Self-Parody in France and England
- No Laughing Matter: Visual Humor in Ideas of Race, Nationality, and Ethnicity