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Image: Essex farm
ID:  1251
Artist:  Haden, Francis Seymour
Artist Birth Date:  1818
Artist Death Date:  1910
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Essex farm
Date of Work:  1874
Medium:  etching
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1251.jpg
Citation:  AMICO. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. 1891:3-58
Index Words:  haystacks, architecture
Place:  England
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Image: [Christmas ornament: feeding hay from a sled near the Tetons]
ID:  1252
Artist:  Kimball, Gloria Beard
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  [Christmas ornament: feeding hay from a sled near the Tetons]
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  ceramic
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1252.jpg
Citation:  Gloria Beard Kimball 208-787-2921, gift of Megan Bogel
Index Words:  hay-sled, snow, winter
Place:  Wyoming
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Essays:  Hay in winter

Image: [Eddie Bauer shopping bag]
ID:  1253
Artist:  unknown
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  [Eddie Bauer shopping bag]
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  advertisement
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1253.jpg
Citation:  Eddie Bauer paper bag, gift of Lisa Schaechter.
Index Words:  round-hay-bales, truck, transport, advertising
Place:  United States
Notes:  The image which the Eddie Bauer is trying to project with this packaging photograph is evidently one of rural simplicity. The slogan, not visible on the scanned section of the bag, is 'Look Homeward.' We presume that the hay is meant to evoke nostalgia, but the large round bales, though aesthetically pleasing reflect recent technology and economic imperatives.
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Image: [Audi magazine advertisement: car and round bale]
ID:  1254
Artist:  unknown
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  [Audi magazine advertisement: car and round bale]
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  advertisement
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1254.jpg
Citation:  New York Times Magazine, May 18, 2003 [before p. 18].
Index Words:  round-hay-bale, advertising
Place:  United States
Notes:  While Audi and Eddie Bauer may well be marketing to similar 'demographics' this automobile ad which appeared in the New York Times Magazine section in the Spring of 2003 evokes a slightly different feeling, ambiguous in the first page, which has the caption 'A4 Cabriolet, A Study in Joy,' but explicit in the second (ID 1255).
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Image: [Audi magazine advertisement: car and round bale]
ID:  1255
Artist:  unknown
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  [Audi magazine advertisement: car and round bale]
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  advertisement
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1255.jpg
Citation:  New York Times Magazine, May 18, 2003 [before p. 18].
Index Words:  round-hay-bales, child, advertising
Place:  United States
Notes:  A child, too young to drive, is old enough to leap from one round bale to another. The caption to this ad: 'Rings, A Study in Joy.' And the bales of course represent the four ringed Audi logo.
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Image: They won't miss much
ID:  1256
Artist:  Fast, Ingo
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Title of Work:  They won't miss much
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  cartoon
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1256.jpg
Citation:  New York Times Op-Ed section, October 24, 2003, p. A23.
Index Words:  hay-bale, fork, politics, resting
Place:  
Notes:  This cartoon illustrates an article on why presidential candidates who choose to miss the Iowa caucuses 'won't miss much.' The bale/ballot-box probably refers to rural innocence or insignificance. It is unclear whether the sleeping figure next to it is a politican or a voter. The phrase 'stick a fork in it' (meaning it's dead) comes to mind.
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Image: Harvesting near San Jose, California
ID:  1257
Artist:  Key, John Ross
Artist Birth Date:  1832
Artist Death Date:  1920
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Harvesting near San Jose, California
Date of Work:  c 1874
Medium:  lithograph
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1257.jpg
Citation:  http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/FindingAids/dynaweb/calher/honeyman/figures/HN000695bA.jpg
Index Words:  wagon, hayfield
Place:  California
Notes:  This lithograph shows a large field near San Jose being 'harvested' of hay. There are several wagons, most in the distance, and a child resting on a blanket in the left foreground.
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Image: [catboat with marsh hay]
ID:  1258
Artist:  Hutchinson, John
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  [catboat with marsh hay]
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1258.jpg
Citation:  email attachment from the artist, 1/30/04.
Index Words:  haystacks, marsh, boat
Place:  United States
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Image: Hay barge
ID:  1259
Artist:  Thornley, Charles
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Title of Work:  Hay barge
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.antique-art.com.au/gallery/items/5707.htm
Citation:  email attachment from the John Hutchinson, 1/30/04.
Index Words:  hay-barge
Place:  
Notes:  Offered by an Australian dealer, Lauder and Howard, for AUD$5,750, January 2004.
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Image: Hay barge off Greenwich
ID:  1260
Artist:  Cooke, Edward William
Artist Birth Date:  1811
Artist Death Date:  1880
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Hay barge off Greenwich
Date of Work:  1835
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/1260.jpg
Citation:  http://www.nmm.ac.uk/mag/pages/mnuExplore/PaintingDetail.cfm?letter=h&ID=BHC4165
Index Words:  hay-barge, London
Place:  England
Notes:  ^^^ 'Thames barges such as this carried hay and other goods to London and around the south-east English coast. On board the laden barge, two men row with long sweeps and two are positioned at the stern. These barges had a shallow draught and were particularly suitable to enter farm creeks. They brought hay from as far as Suffolk and Margate on the Kentish shore to feed the thousands of horses in London, returning with loads of manure to spread on the fields. Under the hay they often carried a heavier cargo such as bricks, for London's rapid urban expansion. The river, the main highway through the capital, is shown full of craft. Greenwich can be seen to the left with the two domes of the Hospital and its buildings prominent.' National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London web-site.
Essays:  Hay on water

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