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Honoré Daumier's Canvas
Canvas

Origin

Honoré Daumier

Type

Canvas

Effects

Bonds with user to become a living art installation

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

573860-1956

Shelf

297526-1558-532

Date of Collection

April 27, 1909

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OriginEdit

Honoré Daumier was a painter, sculptor and printmaker who produced over 500 paintings, 4000 lithographs, 1000 wood engravings, 1000 drawings and 100 sculptures. He would also sometimes render a previous work such as a sculpture in another form like a painting or drawing. He did this for the piece The Heavy Burden, featuring a small and disheveled washerwoman leading her child. He recreated it in many paintings, always keeping the windblown clothes as a symbol of the struggle against bureaucracy, poverty and even the rise of women in the workforce.

EffectsEdit

Wraps around the user and absorbs them into the fabric, turning them into living art. They can appear to resemble any art style or material, turning people into expressionist paintings, neoclassical sculptures, ancient murals, and even once a large, crystal swan. However, the user does have some control over their appearance, as they can also cause their particular look or certain features to rearrange themselves. Otherwise, they are just an installation for people to observe on their leisure time.

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