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Image: Al Hoy
ID:  31
Artist:  Hogenberg, Frans
Artist Birth Date:  1536
Artist Death Date:  1590
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Al Hoy
Date of Work:  1559
Medium:  drawing
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/31.jpg
Citation:  Hieronymus B
Index Words:  haycart, wagon, horse, allegory, symbol, religion
Place:  Netherlands
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Image: Adoration of Kings
ID:  32
Artist:  Bruegel, Pieter (Elder)
Artist Birth Date:  1525
Artist Death Date:  1569
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Adoration of Kings
Date of Work:  1564
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://gallery.euroweb.hu/html/b/bruegel/pieter_e/painting/religion/adoratn.html
Citation:  http://gallery.euroweb.hu/bio/b/bruegel/pieter_e/biograph.html
Index Words:  haystack, barn
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  In this crowded Magi scene, there is wealth and opulence in fthe foregorund, contrasting with the humble hay under weathered wooden beams in the background.
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Image: Haymaking
ID:  33
Artist:  Bruegel, Pieter (Elder)
Artist Birth Date:  1525
Artist Death Date:  1569
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Haymaking
Date of Work:  1565
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://breughel.8m.net/cgi-bin/i/hooioogst.jpg
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Index Words:  hayfield, haycocks, workers, woman, scythe, rake, horse
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ One of the great depictions of work in the rural landscape, carefully observed (note the range of greens used to reflect the drying of the hay), celebrating the satisfaction of productive labor (note the tired pleasure in the faces of the women on their way homeward), and expansive in its creation of an idealized landscape with recognizable elements from the Alps to the northern meadows of lowland Europe.
Essays:  Dixton Manor haymaking: a visual encyclopedia, Hay poets born in the late nineteenth century.

Image: Haymaking (detail)
ID:  34
Artist:  Bruegel, Pieter (Elder)
Artist Birth Date:  1525
Artist Death Date:  1569
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Haymaking (detail)
Date of Work:  1565
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.inter-art.com/en/12032.htm
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Index Words:  wagon, rake, fork, horse
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Ornately framed reproduction of detail showing hay wagon and Bruegel's remarkable compositional skills in parts of the whole of work.
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Image: Haymaking (with poem)
ID:  35
Artist:  Bruegel, Pieter (Elder)
Artist Birth Date:  1525
Artist Death Date:  1569
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Haymaking (with poem)
Date of Work:  1565
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.emory.edu/ENGLISH/Paintings&Poems/haymaking.html
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Index Words:  poetry
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  An instructive juxtaposition (by Emory College faculty) of Bruegel's painting with William Carlos Williams poem)
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes

Image: Hay wain
ID:  36
Artist:  unknown
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Title of Work:  Hay wain
Date of Work:  
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/36.jpg
Citation:  Hieronymus Bosch: the Complete Paintings and Drawings.dist NY Abrams, 2001, [p.134]
Index Words:  wagon, horse, allegory, symbol, religion
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Image: Christ sitting on a haystack
ID:  37
Artist:  unknown
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Title of Work:  Christ sitting on a haystack
Date of Work:  
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/37.jpg
Citation:  Hieronymus Bosch: the Complete Paintings and Drawings.dist NY Abrams, 2001, [p.134]
Index Words:  haystack, dog, allegory, symbol, religion
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Image: Hay harvest
ID:  38
Artist:  Valckenborch, Martin van
Artist Birth Date:  1535
Artist Death Date:  1612
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Hay harvest
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/38.jpg
Citation:  Connoisseur v141 (June 1958) p. 252.
Index Words:  haycart, wagon, haycocks, workers, woman, rake
Place:  Belgium
Notes:  This work is probably the 'Heuernte vor Schloss Heverlee bei Lowen' with same dimensions, listed on artprice.com as sold 3/20/2002. It shows a lively haymaking scene: a loaded wagon being pulled uphill in the foreground, with a man running behind to brace the load; haycocks, women raking and men scything in the fields beyond.
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Image: Hay wain in a globe
ID:  39
Artist:  Brussels Workshop
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Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Hay wain in a globe
Date of Work:  1550-1570
Medium:  tapestry
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/39.jpg
Citation:  Hieronymus Bosch: the Complete Paintings and Drawings.dist NY Abrams, 2001, [p.136]
Index Words:  wagon, horse, allegory, symbol, religion
Place:  Belgium
Notes:  ^^^ An astonishing tapestry depicting the hay wain allegory set in a globe (like the ID 40 panel) which floats on a body of water, framed by an elaborately detailed classical structure. On the central haywain pulled by horses (on its left) ride three demons, the one at the front of the wagon clutching a bundle of hay. A throng of people, many dressed in religious garb, pull hay from the load.
Essays:  Boschs Wains World

Image: Hay wain (Allegory of Vanity)
ID:  40
Artist:  Mostaert, Gillis (Workshop)
Artist Birth Date:  1534
Artist Death Date:  1598
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Hay wain (Allegory of Vanity)
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/40.jpg
Citation:  SASKIA 545
Index Words:  wagon, horse, allegory, symbol, religion
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ This Northern Renaissance panel, now in the Louvre, depicts similar themes to the Brussels tapestry (ID 39). Most of the activity takes place in a globe. In the foreground, a man struggles to keep a bundle of hay on his back, while women tug at it. In the right foreground, a priest(?) lies protectively on a mound of hay. Three demons ride on the central haywainpulled by horses (to the right), A tonsured supplicant kneels by its side. At the back of the wagon a crowd tries to pull hay from the load. Sumptuously dressed clerics stnd nearby. On the horizon under a dramatically stormy sky, is a geologically improbably mountain (shaped like a gigantic haystack!), looming behind a vast army miniaturized by distance.
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