Don Quixote (Honoré Daumier, Neue Pinakothek)  

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Don Quixote (c. 1868) by Honoré Daumier
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Don Quixote[1] (c. 1868) by Honoré Daumier. It is in the collection of the Neue Pinakothek[2], from the collection of Carl Sternheim in 1913.

The painting depicts Don Quixote on his horse Rocinante. In the far back, Sancho Panza can be seen.

Daumier painted Don Quixote several times. The work in Munich is said to be a preparatory study for the painting now in Boston.





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