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Image: Juli (Die Heuernte)
ID:  51
Artist:  Wildens, Jan
Artist Birth Date:  1585
Artist Death Date:  1653
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Juli (Die Heuernte)
Date of Work:  1615-1616
Medium:  Oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth Century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/51.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Jan Wildens: Der Landschaftsmitarbeiter des Rubens. Fridingen: Graf Klenau Verlags. 1980, p.152.
Index Words:  haycocks, wagon, horses, hayfield, workers
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  An empty horse-drawn rack wagon goes away from the observer to meet a fully loaded wagon coming from the opposite direction. On the other side of a stream, ten or so men and women work among the haycocks. Adler dates this from Wildens' Italian travels.
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Image: Farm near Ruggenveld
ID:  52
Artist:  Rubens, Peter Paul
Artist Birth Date:  1577
Artist Death Date:  1640
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Farm near Ruggenveld
Date of Work:  1610
Medium:  Drawing
Period/Style:  seventeenth Century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/52.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Landscapes part xviii, v1 of Corpus Rubenianum: an illustrated Catalogue Raisonne. NY: Oxford UP, 1982, p.55-59 and fig.40.
Index Words:  hayshed, architecture, wagon
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Adler has a lengthy analysis of this work in order to attribute it with certainty to Rubens himself. Among the diagnostic elements Adler discusses is the foreshortened hay wagon, which reappears in another drawing (ID 53). In our context, the hayshed at right is the most important feature, although only a small pile of hay is currently present.
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Image: Man threshing
ID:  53
Artist:  Rubens, Peter Paul
Artist Birth Date:  1577
Artist Death Date:  1640
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Man threshing
Date of Work:  1615-1617
Medium:  drawing
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.getty.edu/art/collections/objects/oz98.html
Citation:  
Index Words:  haybarn, haycart, wagon
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  man threshing with a flail, next to foreshortened, empty rack-wagon with suggestion of hay-stack in bg. Colored drawing in the Getty Museum.
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Image: Return from the harvest
ID:  54
Artist:  Rubens, Peter Paul
Artist Birth Date:  1577
Artist Death Date:  1640
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Return from the harvest
Date of Work:  1635
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.artchive.com/artchive/R/rubens/rubens_peasants.jpg.html
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Landscapes part xviii, v1 of Corpus Rubenianum: an illustrated Catalogue Raisonne. NY: Oxford UP, 1982, p.151, and fig.127
Index Words:  wagon, horses, haystacks, workers, women, rake, fork.
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Adler's vivid description of this painting deserves to be quoted at length: In an extensive flat landscape under a cloudy sky at the height of summer, a stream on the right near the spectator is bordered by trees reflected in its waters. In front five countrywomen, most of them young, are moving briskly across the scene. The three on the right, two young and one old, are walking to the right, carrying a pitchfork and rakes. The girl in front is looking towards the spectator. The last of the three, who is also young, looks round with animation at a man who is moving towards the spectator and pointing in the direction in which the women are going. The two other women, seen from behind, are carrying loads of hay and turnips on their heads...a carter with a[n empty] rack waggon and two horses, a grey and a bay, advances towards the open country...Mounted on the grey horse, [the driver] waves with his whip towards the women...Further off on the left are ... tall pointed haystacks... Adler, 1982, p. 152. Adler agrees with an earlier scholar's observation that Rubens was influenced by Bruegel in his depiction of the walking women hay-makers with their rakes and clothing. Another scholar cited by Adler noted the pentimento of a big hay-wain in the centre of the composition, which was replaced by a herd of sheep moving in the opposite direction.
Essays:  Roles in the hay (work)

Image: Landschaft mit den Regenbogen (Landscape with the rainbow)
ID:  55
Artist:  Rubens, Peter Paul
Artist Birth Date:  1577
Artist Death Date:  1640
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Landschaft mit den Regenbogen (Landscape with the rainbow)
Date of Work:  1637
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/paintingtheweather/csv/large/rainbow_landscape.shtml
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Landscapes part xviii, v1 of Corpus Rubenianum: an illustrated Catalogue Raisonne. NY: Oxford UP, 1982, pp. 163-165, and fig.138. Alte Pinakothek, Munich.
Index Words:  wagon, horses, haystacks, workers, women, fork
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Seen in Munich, August, 2007. One of a series of paintings used by the BBC to illustrate the weather: This painting is bathed in an idyllic golden light typical of the landscapes Rubens painted of the area around his home in Brabant (Belgium), where this painting probably hung. We look down on the land as if floating above it and see that all is calm, ordered and bountiful. The peasants are content, the harvest plentiful, and the cattle are well fed and drinking from a newly replenished stream. Overarching the whole painting, the rainbow leads us through the different parts of the countryside and suggests God's blessing on its inhabitants. Note the fine haystacks, pots of gold at the foot of the Rubens rainbow, the loaded haycart moving into the frame in the left fg, and the other wagon being unloaded onto the stacks. The zoom feature at the BBC site allows the viewer to focus not just on the foreground flirtation, but also the precisely balance of the man unloading the hay, with a dynamic swing of the fork to the woman and man carefully placing bundles to the edges of the stack.
Essays:  Roles in the hay (work)

Image: Harvest scene with rainbow
ID:  56
Artist:  Rubens, Peter Paul (after)
Artist Birth Date:  1577
Artist Death Date:  1640
Artist Country: Flemish
Title of Work:  Harvest scene with rainbow
Date of Work:  1633-1635
Medium:  Engraving
Period/Style:  seventeenth Century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/56.jpg
Citation:  Adler, Wolfgang. Landscapes part xviii, v1 of Corpus Rubenianum: an illustrated Catalogue Raisonne. NY: Oxford UP, 1982, pp. 150-151, and fig. 126.
Index Words:  wagon, haystacks, workers, woman, rake, fork.
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  Schelte a Bolswert's engraving enables us to describe a lost painting [of Rubens]. ..Near the left edge are three tall, conical haystacks and, in front, a rack waggon with two horses. A farmer standing on the fourth, half-finished haystack is piling more hay on to one of the others. Adler, 1982, pp. 150-151. There is dynamic urgency in the work, perhaps driven by the threatening storm clouds which loom behind the rainbow, the arc of which, as in the other Rubens painting, points down to the dramatically lit stacks.
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Image: Haymaking
ID:  57
Artist:  Goyen, Jan van
Artist Birth Date:  1596
Artist Death Date:  1656
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Haymaking
Date of Work:  1630
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/art/g/goyen/1/haymakin.jpg
Citation:  Pushkin Museum, Moscow. Also in ARC.
Index Words:  haystack, wagon, horses, hayshed, fork, rake, workers, resting
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Several kinds of haystack are depicted: haycocks in the bg, being forked onto a loaded cart; a full hay shed; a loose low pile in the fg with a taller stack nearby, against which workers are resting with their midday meal. Overhead, dramatic clouds threaten.
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Image: Farmyard with haystack
ID:  58
Artist:  Goyen, Jan van
Artist Birth Date:  1596
Artist Death Date:  1656
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Farmyard with haystack
Date of Work:  1632
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/art/g/goyen/1/farm_hay.jpg
Citation:  http://www.residenzgalerie.at/en/WE371_2.htm
Index Words:  hayshed, architecture
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  At the center of the farm-building group is a full hayshed with the roof half-raised on the four support poles. The painting is at the Residenz Galerie Salzburg with the title 'Farms with haystack by a muddy track.'
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Image: Village at the river
ID:  59
Artist:  Goyen, Jan van
Artist Birth Date:  1596
Artist Death Date:  1656
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Village at the river
Date of Work:  1636
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/art/g/goyen/1/village.jpg
Citation:  Alte Pinakothek, Munich.
Index Words:  hay-barge, boat, hayshed
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  ^^^ Seen in Munich, August, 2007. Lively riverside scene with barge delivering hay to a hayshed in a village. A smaller boat nearby also has a pile of hay on board.
Essays:  Hay on water

Image: Cottage and hay barn
ID:  60
Artist:  Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
Artist Birth Date:  1606
Artist Death Date:  1669
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Cottage and hay barn
Date of Work:  1641
Medium:  etching
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.oac.cdlib.org/affiliates/images/grunwald/gcga_1988.9.23_1_2.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  hayshed, architecture
Place:  Netherlands
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