First Class Carriage Daumier

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Honore Daumier’s paintings was influenced by rail traveling theme and painted many images on similar theme since 1840’s. During 1860s, and as of now too, third class railway carriages were for only those people who couldn’t afford first or second class tickets. These carriages were dirty and open having hard benches for sitting. On the left hand side of this painting, a woman was holding her baby on a bench, a young boy was asleep while another older woman hands were clasped onto a basket. They were seated and facing the viewer. Behind those benches were several men and women seated.