17586. Daumier’S “the Third Class Carriage” & Rousseau’S “the Repast of the Lion”.
This paper compares and contrasts two oil paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art by two 19th Century French artists. Following a brief review of the life and work of each artist, the analysis compares the two paintings in terms of subject matter, technique and realism. Concludes that Daumier is a perfect representative of Realism while Rousseau represents Surrealism. KEYWORDS: surrealism realism French painters 19th century. MLA Style. 7 pages, 16 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 1,776 words.
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