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Image: Turnip field
ID:  2441
Artist:  Hacker, Arthur
Artist Birth Date:  1858
Artist Death Date:  1919
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Turnip field
Date of Work:  1880
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2441.jpg
Citation:  Wortley, Laura. British impressionism: a garden of bright images. London: The Studio, 1988, p.78
Index Words:  haystacks, women
Place:  England
Notes:  The foreground crop is turnips in which two women are hoeing. Behind them are several stacks of corn or hay.
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Image: Day dreams
ID:  2442
Artist:  Mann, Alexander
Artist Birth Date:  1853
Artist Death Date:  1908
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Day dreams
Date of Work:  1882
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2442.jpg
Citation:  Wortley, Laura. British impressionism: a garden of bright images. London: The Studio, 1988, p.79
Index Words:  hayfield, child, resting
Place:  England
Notes:  Wortle notes the influence of Bastien Lepage. The pose of the girl is very similar to that of the woman in 'Les Foins' (ID 673).
Essays:  Hay poets born in the early nineteenth century.

Image: Return of spring, Lago di Piano, Val Menaggio
ID:  2443
Artist:  Murray, David
Artist Birth Date:  1849
Artist Death Date:  1937
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Return of spring, Lago di Piano, Val Menaggio
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2443.jpg
Citation:  Wortley, Laura. British impressionism: a garden of bright images. London: The Studio, 1988, p.157.
Index Words:  haystack
Place:  
Notes:  Beneath the budding spring trees at left are two haystacks remaining from the previous summer.
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Image: Boats on the Yare, Bramerton, Norfolk
ID:  2444
Artist:  Stannard, Joseph
Artist Birth Date:  1797
Artist Death Date:  1830
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Boats on the Yare, Bramerton, Norfolk
Date of Work:  1828
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2444.jpg
Citation:  Hemingway, Andrew. Norwich school of painting, 1803-1833. Oxford: Phaidon, 1979, p. 72.
Index Words:  barge, water, haystacks
Place:  England
Notes:  ^^^ A hay barge under a red sail plies a river in East Anglia. On the far bank are several small haystacks.
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Image: Cromer
ID:  2445
Artist:  Thirtle, John
Artist Birth Date:  1777
Artist Death Date:  1839
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Cromer
Date of Work:  c 1830
Medium:  watercolor
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2445.jpg
Citation:  Hemingway, Andrew. Norwich school of painting, 1803-1833. Oxford: Phaidon, 1979, p. 76-77.
Index Words:  haycart
Place:  England
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Image: Cromer [detail]
ID:  2446
Artist:  Thirtle, John
Artist Birth Date:  1777
Artist Death Date:  1839
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Cromer [detail]
Date of Work:  c 1830
Medium:  watercolor
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2446.jpg
Citation:  Hemingway, Andrew. Norwich school of painting, 1803-1833. Oxford: Phaidon, 1979, p. 76-77.
Index Words:  haycart
Place:  England
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Image: Farmer's dream
ID:  2447
Artist:  Hodgson, John Evan
Artist Birth Date:  1831
Artist Death Date:  1895
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Farmer's dream
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2447.jpg
Citation:  Wood, Christopher. Victorian painting. Boston: Little, Brown, 1999, p. 300.
Index Words:  wagon, haystacks
Place:  England
Notes:  'A typically Victorian vision of the contented farmer, with his clay pipe and glass of ale, dreaming of the harvest gathered in, and his farm yard teeming with livestock. This conforms with the Victorians' generally rosy view of the countryside.' The pipe dream's foreground image is a wagon being unloaded onto a stack.
Essays:  Hay poems in the vernacular of William Barnes.

Image: Where next?
ID:  2448
Artist:  Brewtnall, Edward Frederick
Artist Birth Date:  1846
Artist Death Date:  1902
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Where next?
Date of Work:  
Medium:  watercolor
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2448.jpg
Citation:  Wood, Christopher. Victorian painting. Boston: Little, Brown, 1999, p. 361.
Index Words:  haycocks
Place:  England
Notes:  With the world's scenery to choose from, during the golden age of Victorian travel, the framed landscape in the background of the couple's excited planning isÉa hayfield! The caption 'Where next?' might also be used to anticipate the rapidly changing hay technology of the past two centuries which would make such scenes increasingly rare. Or perhaps the title could refer to two hay fetishists planning their next trip!
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Image: Italian landscape
ID:  2449
Artist:  Bell, Vanessa
Artist Birth Date:  1879
Artist Death Date:  1961
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Italian landscape
Date of Work:  1912
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2449.jpg
Citation:  Watney, Simon. English post-impressionism. London: Studio Vista, 1980, p. 83.
Index Words:  haystack, abstract
Place:  Italy
Notes:  One of two haystack scenes painted by Bell in 1912, the other is the more well known landscape at Asheham (ID 869), this is more geometrically abstract, although the tall shape at right unmistakably evokes the sculpted stacks of Italy.
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Image: Beanfield
ID:  2450
Artist:  Gore, Spencer F
Artist Birth Date:  1878
Artist Death Date:  1914
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Beanfield
Date of Work:  1912
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/2450.jpg
Citation:  Watney, Simon. English post-impressionism. London: Studio Vista, 1980, p. 125.
Index Words:  haystack, abstract
Place:  England
Notes:  Watney comments on Gore's 'infinitely subtle secondary tones of purple, russet, and olive green.' (p. 121) These, alas, are not visible in the black-and-white reproduction. But we can see Gore's rhythmic, geometric abstraction, at the center of which is the haystack-shape.
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