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Image: Adoration of Shepherds
ID:  41
Artist:  Pourbus, Pieter
Artist Birth Date:  1523
Artist Death Date:  1584
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Adoration of Shepherds
Date of Work:  1574
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/html/p/pourbus/pieter/adorshep.html
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Index Words:  manger, sheaf, religion
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  The center panel of the triptych has a sheaf, possibly of hay, prominently in the foreground; there is hay in the manger under the sheaf, and also hay at the top of a column, serving as a rustic capital.
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes

Image: It is all hay
ID:  42
Artist:  Pourbus, Frans
Artist Birth Date:  1545
Artist Death Date:  1581
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  It is all hay
Date of Work:  1575
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/42.jpg
Citation:  Haverkamp Begemann, E European Drawings and Watercolors in the Yale University Art Gallery, 1500-1900. Yale UP 1970. plate 260.
Index Words:  haystack, fork, allegory
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Jesters are handing hay, symbol of transitoriness and greed, to a monk, a soldier, and a young woman, obviously making fools of them.' Unlike the works of Bosch, Hogenberg and others on a similar theme, this drawing has no wheels under the hay, and so, according to Haverkamp Begemann it corresponds more closely to the the proverb ' De werelt is een hooiberg; elk plukt ervan wat hij kan krijgen (The world is a haystack and everyone grabs from it as much as he can get)' (p. 271) Another haystack allegory of greed, cited by Haverkamp Begemann but not yet seen by me, is a drawing attributed to Adriaen Pietersz Crabeth in the Albertina, Vienna.
Essays:  Boschs Wains World

Image: Adoration of Magi
ID:  43
Artist:  Pordenone, Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis
Artist Birth Date:  1484
Artist Death Date:  1539
Artist Country: Italian
Title of Work:  Adoration of Magi
Date of Work:  1528-1536
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  EL004011
Index Words:  barn, hay-bundle
Place:  Italy
Notes:  While the lower left diagonal is all wealth and opulence, a center background square under a thatched roof in disrepair includes a peasant carrying a bundle of hay towards an ass and ox.
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Image: Vannage du grain
ID:  44
Artist:  dell'Abbate, Nicolo
Artist Birth Date:  1509
Artist Death Date:  1571
Artist Country: Italian/French
Title of Work:  Vannage du grain
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.culture.gouv.fr/Wave/image/joconde/0001/m503604_82ee1344_p.jpg
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Index Words:  wagon, harvesting
Place:  France
Notes:  The title claims a grain harvest, but there are no obvious sheaves, on the ground there is a windrow of possible hay and a monumentally loaded wagon.
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes

Image: Springtime, the haymaking
ID:  45
Artist:  Grimmer, Abel
Artist Birth Date:  1570
Artist Death Date:  1619
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Springtime, the haymaking
Date of Work:  1592
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.artunframed.com/images/art5/grimmer3.jpg
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Index Words:  haycocks, wagon, workers, resting
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  In the field of haycocks, a man is sleeping against the hay; beyond a river, a loaded wagon passes in front of a tidy town.
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Image: Landscape with farm cottage
ID:  46
Artist:  Goltzius, Hendrick
Artist Birth Date:  1558
Artist Death Date:  1617
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Landscape with farm cottage
Date of Work:  1597-1600
Medium:  Woodcut
Period/Style:  Sixteenth Century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/46.jpg
Citation:  Gibson, Walter S. Pleasant Places:The Rustic Landscape from Bruegel to Ruisdael. UC Press, 2000, p.160
Index Words:  haystack
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  This chiaroscura woodcut depicts a farmstead with a haystack next to a thatched cottage, below a sky filled with lively clouds and birds.
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Image: Suffering of Job
ID:  47
Artist:  Bodmeer, Gabriel
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Suffering of Job
Date of Work:  
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  sixteenth century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  HT007715
Index Words:  haystack, mistake, religion, muckle, dog
Place:  
Notes:  As in Durer's Prodigal Son, the location of the hay mound in the farmyard and the message of humility and degradation suggest a manure heap.
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes

Image: August
ID:  48
Artist:  Wildens, Jan
Artist Birth Date:  1585
Artist Death Date:  1653
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  August
Date of Work:  1612-1613
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/48.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Jan Wildens: Der Landschaftsmitarbeiter des Rubens. Fridingen: Graf Klenau Verlags. 1980, p.145.
Index Words:  haycocks, wagon, horse, scythe, harvest
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  An unusual illustration of harvest and haymaking scenes on either side of a wagon road: reapers scythe in the left field with sheaves and stooks; but haycock-like shapes in the left field suggest a late haymaking scene.
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Image: Iulivs (July)
ID:  49
Artist:  Wildens, Jan
Artist Birth Date:  1585
Artist Death Date:  1653
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Iulivs (July)
Date of Work:  1614
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  seventeenth Century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/49.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Jan Wildens: Der Landschaftsmitarbeiter des Rubens. Fridingen: Graf Klenau Verlags. 1980, p.224 and p.114.
Index Words:  wagon, horse, children, haycocks, woman, rake, tedding
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  This calendar engraving shows a heavily loaded wagon pulled by two horses, the left one with a rider. A boy lies on top of a pole on the hay to hold it down. Two fields in the background have rows of haycocks. The nearer field on the right is being tedded.
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Image: Iulivs (July)
ID:  50
Artist:  Wildens, Jan
Artist Birth Date:  1585
Artist Death Date:  1653
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Iulivs (July)
Date of Work:  1614
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/50.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Jan Wildens: Der Landschaftsmitarbeiter des Rubens. Fridingen: Graf Klenau Verlags. 1980, p.229 and p.120.
Index Words:  wagon, horse, children, haycocks, woman, rake, tedding
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  This engraving was by Hendrik Hondius the Elder from Wildens' 1614 July (reversed image from ID 49).
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