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Image: Coastal hay field, Davenport, California
ID:  2261
Artist:  Ritch, Alan
Artist Birth Date:  1940
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: British/American
Title of Work:  Coastal hay field, Davenport, California
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2261.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  square-hay-bales, hayfield
Place:  California
Notes:  Recently baled hay between California Highway 1 and the Pacific cliffs, just north of Davenport, near Santa Cruz.
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Image: Old horse rake, Clary Ranch, Utica, Montana
ID:  2262
Artist:  Ritch, Alan
Artist Birth Date:  1940
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: British/American
Title of Work:  Old horse rake, Clary Ranch, Utica, Montana
Date of Work:  2002
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2262.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  horse-rake
Place:  Montana
Notes:  A disused horse-rake on Dick Clary's ranch, Utica, Montana, is now only a picturesque lawn ornament evoking earlier times.
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Image: Bull, haystacks, Clary Ranch, Utica, Montana
ID:  2263
Artist:  Ritch, Alan
Artist Birth Date:  1940
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: British/American
Title of Work:  Bull, haystacks, Clary Ranch, Utica, Montana
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2263.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  square-hay-bales
Place:  Montana
Notes:  The drought-shorn grass is short, and so, even in midsummer, one of Dick Clary's Angus bulls could use some of the hay from the smaller than usual haystacks in the background. Utica, Montana.
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Image: Haystacks near Jackson, Wyoming
ID:  2264
Artist:  Ritch, Alan
Artist Birth Date:  1940
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: British/American
Title of Work:  Haystacks near Jackson, Wyoming
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2264.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  haystack, humor
Place:  Wyoming
Notes:  Twenty-five years after ID 2253 was taken, one of the house-shaped stacks of Jackson Hole has become a self-conscious tourist attraction, decorated with heart-shapes and an American flag.
Essays:  From Wales to Wisdom: wet and dry hay in the West

Image: Moisonneuse
ID:  2265
Artist:  Claus, Emile
Artist Birth Date:  1849
Artist Death Date:  1924
Artist Country: Belgian
Title of Work:  Moisonneuse
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2265.jpg
Citation:  Emailed by Wim Lanphen, May 5, 2004, from the collection of Simon Londen.
Index Words:  haycocks, woman, rake
Place:  Belgium
Notes:  The style and content of this Dutch hayfield scene is reminiscent of Pissarro, while the screen of poplar trees evokes Monet.
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Image: [untitled woman making a sheaf]
ID:  2266
Artist:  Witsen, Willem
Artist Birth Date:  1860
Artist Death Date:  1923
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  [untitled woman making a sheaf]
Date of Work:  1893
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2266.jpg
Citation:  Emailed by Wim Lanphen, May 5, 2004, from the Singer Museum.
Index Words:  harvest, woman, sheaves
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  This vividly realistic harvest landscape, alas of grain not hay, was done in Ede, Holland, by a member of the Larense School.
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Image: Derelict (The Lost Boat)
ID:  2267
Artist:  Dow, Arthur Wesley
Artist Birth Date:  1857
Artist Death Date:  1922
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Derelict (The Lost Boat)
Date of Work:  1916
Medium:  woodcut
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.originalprints.com/printview.php?dx=1&page=1&id=2917&sid=22b984afafd38feede1e0848f0c89774
Citation:  Green, Nancy E. and Poesch, Jessie. Arthur Wesley Dow and American arts & crafts. NY: American Federation of Arts, 1999, p. 20. From the Amon Carter Museum.
Index Words:  haystacks, marsh
Place:  Massachusetts
Notes:  The dory is probably on The Dragon, a twisting tidal creek in the Ipswich marshes.
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Image: Tile
ID:  2268
Artist:  Dow, Arthur Wesley
Artist Birth Date:  1857
Artist Death Date:  1922
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Tile
Date of Work:  c 1905
Medium:  ceramic tile
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2268.jpg
Citation:  Green, Nancy E. and Poesch, Jessie. Arthur Wesley Dow and American arts & crafts. NY: American Federation of Arts, 1999, p. 135.
Index Words:  haystacks, marsh
Place:  Massachusetts
Notes:  The tile was designed by Arthur E. Baggs from a Dow print, and fired at the Marblehead Pottery. The inscription below the image reads: 'Upbreached from the marshes a message of range and sweep.'
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Image: Hillside harvest
ID:  2269
Artist:  Lemos, Pedro de
Artist Birth Date:  1882
Artist Death Date:  1945
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Hillside harvest
Date of Work:  c 1920
Medium:  woodcut
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2269.jpg
Citation:  Green, Nancy E. and Poesch, Jessie. Arthur Wesley Dow and American arts & crafts. NY: American Federation of Arts, 1999, p. 35.
Index Words:  haycocks, hayfield
Place:  California
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Image: Little Liza
ID:  2270
Artist:  Yeats, Jack Butler
Artist Birth Date:  1871
Artist Death Date:  1957
Artist Country: Irish
Title of Work:  Little Liza
Date of Work:  1902
Medium:  magazine illustration
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2270.jpg
Citation:  Green, Nancy E. and Poesch, Jessie. Arthur Wesley Dow and American arts & crafts. NY: American Federation of Arts, 1999, p. 196. A Broadsheet from August, 1902.
Index Words:  haycocks, hayfield, child, humor
Place:  Ireland
Notes:  In Jack Yeats' design Little Liza, or her ghost, floats above a twilight field of haycocks. The Gorey-like anonymous verse illustrated by this image concludes with the couplet: 'Don't you hear me callin' , callin' at the fallin' of the May? I'm the ghost of Little Liza, as was smothered in the hay.'
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