Diane and her guests discuss the career of 19th century French artist and caricaturist Honore Daumier. This weekend, the most comprehensive exhibition of his work ever seen in the U.S. goes on display at the Phillips Collection in Washington.

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  • Pat Oliphant syndicated political cartoonist, artist, sculptor
  • Michael Pantazzi curator of European art at the National Gallery of Canada
  • Eliza Rathbone curator of the Daumier exhibit
  • Jay Gates director of the Phillips Collection

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