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Image: White horse and haystack
ID:  2001
Artist:  Price, Clayton S
Artist Birth Date:  1874
Artist Death Date:  1950
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  White horse and haystack
Date of Work:  c 1924
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2001.jpg
Citation:  C. S. Price: landscape, image and spirit.Moraga, California: St. Mary's College, 1998. p.22.
Index Words:  haystack, horse
Place:  California
Notes:  Price painted these horses and a haystack in Monterey, under the influence of Cezanne. The 'white horse' in the title is a muted grey, but the strongest color accent in the painting is certainly the bright yellow stack behind the horse.
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Image: Fun in the fields
ID:  2002
Artist:  unknown
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Fun in the fields
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  newsphoto
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2002.jpg
Citation:  Santa Cruz Sentinel, June 15, 2003, Local News.
Index Words:  square-hay-bales, child, play
Place:  California
Notes:  A child enjoys the long tradition of playing in the hay, climbing down a tower of bales in the 2003 Farm Fiesta near Santa Cruz, California. Hay is such a sympathetic material to children that his helmet seems an unnecessary precaution.
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Image: 9,000-square-foot challenge
ID:  2003
Artist:  Gunther, C J
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  9,000-square-foot challenge
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2003.jpg
Citation:  New York Times, July 18, 2003, p. D1.
Index Words:  round-hay-bales
Place:  Massachusetts
Notes:  Half of the front page of the 'Escapes' section of a midsummer New York Times was occupied by a large color photograph of the Shaker Dwelling House in Harvard, Mass. And half of the photograph, to ensure the mood of rural escape, is occupied by large round hay bales.
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Image: Oregon satewide planning program brochure
ID:  2004
Artist:  unknown
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Oregon satewide planning program brochure
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  advertisement
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2004.jpg
Citation:  Oregon Statewide Planning Program brochure.
Index Words:  square-hay-bales, baler, tractor
Place:  Oregon
Notes:  The importance of hay in the Oregon economy and the symbolic importance of hay as a domesticated image against the spectacular mountain wilderness are both evident in this brochure cover.
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Image: Boo
ID:  2005
Artist:  unknown
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Title of Work:  Boo
Date of Work:  2000
Medium:  greeting card
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2005.jpg
Citation:  Halloween greeting card from Debra Roussopoulos. Avanti Press, Box 2656, Detroit, MI 48231.
Index Words:  round-hay-bales, sculpture, humor
Place:  United States
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Image: Haystacks of Giverny, sunlight effect
ID:  2006
Artist:  Monet, Claude
Artist Birth Date:  1840
Artist Death Date:  1926
Artist Country: French
Title of Work:  Haystacks of Giverny, sunlight effect
Date of Work:  1894
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2006.jpg
Citation:  Fischer, Yona. Masterpieces of the Israel Museum. Florence: Bonechi Editore, 1985, p.47.
Index Words:  haystacks, mistakes, harvest
Place:  France
Notes:  In the confused description by Fischer, 'Monet painted these demoiselles or haystacks grouped together by the farmers before threshing -- in the autumn of 1894.' Elsewhere in the description, the author describs them as 'bales.' They are of course neither haystacks nor bales but stooks of sheaves waiting to be carted to the famous Giverny grainstacks which will be threshed sometime during the winter.
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Image: Camels and haycarts, Mongolia
ID:  2007
Artist:  Conger, Dean
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Camels and haycarts, Mongolia
Date of Work:  1962
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2007.jpg
Citation:  National Geographic Magazine, March 1962, p. 340.
Index Words:  hay-carts, camels, transport
Place:  Mongolia
Notes:  A Mongolian rides a horse and leads the first of several camel-drawn carts, each camel lured forward by the hay in the preceding cart.
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Image: Froghay went a-courtin'
ID:  2008
Artist:  Loneman, Doug
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Title of Work:  Froghay went a-courtin'
Date of Work:  2002
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2008.jpg
Citation:  Patterson, Caroline. 'What the hay?'
Index Words:  square-hay-bales, sculpture, humor
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Notes:  The first 'What the hay' sculpture contest was held in 1990 on the ranches around Utica in Judith Basin County, Montana. In the 13 years since it has grown from 10 entries to well over 50, and from a local event to a regional tourist attraction. For more entries see ID 3468-3495.
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Image: Hay makin hay
ID:  2009
Artist:  Otterness, Tom
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Hay makin hay
Date of Work:  2002
Medium:  sculpture
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2009.jpg
Citation:  photograph by . Loaned by artist.
Index Words:  round-hay-bales, sculpture, abstract
Place:  Montana
Notes:  The New York sculptor Tom Otterness was inspired by the Utica What the Hay contest to install a series of metal and hay figures of his own. They lasted through the fall of 2002 into the winter , when snow on the ground and the winter light made them even more impressive. See also ID 1139 and 2010.
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Image: Hay makin hay
ID:  2010
Artist:  Otterness, Tom
Artist Birth Date:  
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Hay makin hay
Date of Work:  2002
Medium:  sculpture
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2010.jpg
Citation:  photograph by . Loaned by artist.
Index Words:  round-hay-bales, sculpture, abstract
Place:  Montana
Notes:  The New York sculptor Tom Otterness was inspired by the Utica What the Hay contest to install a series of metal and hay figures of his own. They lasted through the fall of 2002 into the winter , when snow on the ground and the winter light made them even more impressive. See also ID 1139 and 2009.
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