Honoré Daumier, The Drinkers, n.d.
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art:
This painting, which was first exhibited in Paris in 1861, bears some resemblance to an illustration by Gavarni that was published twenty years earlier. The escape that alcohol offered to the poor is typical of the social themes Daumier explored throughout his career. The first owner of this work was the landscape painter Charles Daubigny.