After having been dismissed by the CHARIVARI, Daumier starts drawing lithographs for various other papers and works on numerous oil paintings.
Free Trade Agreement with England. - GUSTAV MAHLER and H. WOLF are born. - France und England occupy Beijing.
"LA LAVEUSE AU QUAI D'ANJOU" (today at Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo) and "LES BUVEURS" shown at Martinet, Paris.
French, English, and Spanish troops are sent to Mexico for collection of debts.
Daumier publishes lithographs in Le BOULEVARD and LE MONDE ILLUSTRÃ‰ (wood cuts). - Death of PHILIPON.
2nd World Fair in London. Treaty of Saigon signed. - 3 Chinese provinces become French property.
France occupies Mexico City. The Austrian MAXIMILIAN becomes Emperor of Mexico.
Bankruptcy of LE BOULEVARD.
Due to financial difficulties, Daumier moves from Ile St.- Louis to Boulevard Rochechouart, then to Rue l'Abbaye and finally to Boulevard Clichy.
Birth of EDVARD MUNCH and HENRY FORD.
Daumier takes up work again at the CHARIVARI and the JOURNAL AMUSANT.
"Le dÃ©jeuner sur l'herbe" painted by MANET
Daumiers concentrates on theater and lawyers themes.
Strikes in Paris and easing of the press censorship.
First prints for the PETIT JOURNAL POUR RIRE.
Foundation of the International Labour Association.
Summer vacation at ROUSSEAU's house in Barbizon.
Birth of JAN SIBELIUS.
BAUDELAIRE writes the "Vers pour le portrait de M. Daumier".
WAGNER writes "Tristan and Isolde".
Daumier moves to VALMONDOIS.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN is assassinated, end of US civil war.
After intervention of the U.S., France pulls her troops out of Mexico. MAXIMILIAN will be shot by the revolutionary Government of Suarez.
Daumier draws political themes again. He meets GAMBETTA.
KÃ¤the KOLLWITZ is born.
Daumier's eyesight starts deteriorating.
His friends THÃ‰ODORE ROUSSEAU and BAUDELAIRE die. - COROT supports Daumier financially. - Daumier's last prints and drawings appear.
Beginnig of the great strike movement in Paris, Lyon and Le Creusot. - Max SLEVOGT is born.
Opening of the SUEZ CANAL. First performance of VERDI's "Aida". - "War and Peace" by TOLSTOI.