Jan 24, 2019
During the mid-19th century, European academic art was all the rage. Subjects in painting came from mythology, history or the Bible, and the work's style was often tight, controlled and hyper-realistic. Then came Daumier, a Frenchman, who helped change the game for good. Join our hosts as they discuss Daumier's disruptions of convention, rebellious choice of subject matter and loosened style.