The Third Class Carriage is an oil painting produced between 1862 and 1864 by French painter Honore Daumier.
There was hardly any description available and thought to be were anonymous. Honore Daumier wanted to convey the message of impact of industrialization during the middle of the nineteenth century in Paris on the urban life. Through this painting many were attracted with the hardship and quality of life urban travelers were facing in the Third Class railways.
A second version of this painting can be viewed at National Gallery of Canada with the same title name as The Third Class Carriage. The sequence of this paintings composition was still unresolved. The dimensions of this painting The Third Class Carriage were 65.4 cm × 90.2 cm or 25.7 in × 35.5 in.