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Image: Adoration of shepherds
ID:  71
Artist:  Murillo, Bartolome Esteban
Artist Birth Date:  1617
Artist Death Date:  1682
Artist Country: Spanish
Title of Work:  Adoration of shepherds
Date of Work:  
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  IH020161
Index Words:  religion
Place:  Spain
Notes:  There is hay in the manger.
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Image: Haymakers in a landscape
ID:  72
Artist:  Van de Velde, Adriaen
Artist Birth Date:  1636
Artist Death Date:  1672
Artist Country: Dutch
Title of Work:  Haymakers in a landscape
Date of Work:  
Medium:  Oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth Century
URL:  http://www.bridgeman.co.uk/search/view_image.asp?button=add&image_id=77051
Citation:  Gibson, Walter S. Pleasant Places:The Rustic Landscape from Bruegel to Ruisdael. UC Press, 2000, p.129
Index Words:  haycart, wagon, haystack, haycocks, workers, resting
Place:  Netherlands
Notes:  A crowded Dutch landscape with a dozen figures, less than half of whom are working. The rest, in a tightly knit group in the foreground are variously flirting, eating, drinking and sleeping.
Essays:  Roles in the hay (play)

Image: Charrette de foin (hay cart)
ID:  73
Artist:  Siberechts, Jan
Artist Birth Date:  1627
Artist Death Date:  1703
Artist Country: French
Title of Work:  Charrette de foin (hay cart)
Date of Work:  1663
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.culture.gouv.fr/Wave/image/joconde/0001/m062904_rimg2022_p.jpg
Citation:  
Index Words:  wagon, horses
Place:  France
Notes:  A horse-drawn wagon follows herd of cows in a river.
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Image: Adoration of shepherds
ID:  74
Artist:  Maratti, Carlo
Artist Birth Date:  1625
Artist Death Date:  1713
Artist Country: Italian
Title of Work:  Adoration of shepherds
Date of Work:  1690s
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/html/m/maratti/adoratio.html
Citation:  
Index Words:  religion
Place:  Italy
Notes:  There is hay in the manger.
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Image: Make hay while the sun shines
ID:  75
Artist:  unknown
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Make hay while the sun shines
Date of Work:  
Medium:  woodcut
Period/Style:  seventeenth century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  BE031354
Index Words:  haycocks, rake, fork, woman, workers, lovers
Place:  
Notes:  ^^^ This crudely amusing woodcut has a crudely amusing title assigned by Corbis: Couple harvesting, couple making out
Essays:  Roles in the hay (work)

Image: Haymaking
ID:  76
Artist:  Stubbs, George
Artist Birth Date:  1724
Artist Death Date:  1806
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Haymaking
Date of Work:  1785
Medium:  Oil
Period/Style:  eighteenth century
URL:  http://gallery.euroweb.hu/html/s/stubbs/haymake.html
Citation:  
Index Words:  wagon, horses, woman, women, workers, rake, fork
Place:  England
Notes:  ^^^ http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13991&tabview=text&texttype=10
Essays:  Roles in the hay (work)

Image: Haymakers
ID:  77
Artist:  Stubbs, George
Artist Birth Date:  1724
Artist Death Date:  1806
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Haymakers
Date of Work:  1794
Medium:  enamel on ceramic
Period/Style:  eighteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/77.jpg
Citation:  Connoisseur v.87 (April 1931) p. 235. Rosenthal, Michael. British landscape painting. Oxford: Phaidon, 1982, p. 93. Kidson, Alex George Stubbs: a celebration. Tate, 2006, p.8.
Index Words:  hayfield, women, rakes, tedding
Place:  England
Notes:  Thirty years ago, in the English weekly Country Life, Basil Taylor described Stubbs as 'the most searching an original interpreter of English rural life...[which] has had two obvious aspects: the utilitarian, represented by agriculture and the management of the land; and the sentimental, the belief that country living, even if it could only be experienced vicariously, is a desirable counterpart or alternative to urban existence.' These distinctions are reflected in two genres of landscape painting, the first descriptive, documentary, topographical, often naive, but in the hands of Stubbs raised to a very high level of sophistication and originality. Stubbs, in contrast to so many of his contemporaries and followers who leavened the drudgery of rural work with implied narrative, shows figures unconnected by conversation or flirtation, simply working. However, Stubbs' compositions are carefully staged, idealized tableaux, his characters unstained by dirt or sweat. In the 1785 Hay Carting the rakes and forks are tools, not just to move the hay but to stabilize and formalize the main pictorial elements into a serene triangle. The central woman with the vertical rake reappears in the oval-framed Haymakers nine years later; but the composition of the later work is less static: the scythers are given more space than the men and woman turning the hay with forks behind and on the right. In the 1795 version of Hay Carting (ID 78), the woman, no longer facing the spectator, is vigorously using her rake on a pile of sunlit hay; but her companions retain the poses and positions of the earlier work.
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes, Early hay poems from Lydgate to Hood.

Image: Hay carting
ID:  78
Artist:  Stubbs, George
Artist Birth Date:  1724
Artist Death Date:  1806
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Hay carting
Date of Work:  1795
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  eighteenth century
URL:  http://www.hayinart.com/images/78.jpg
Citation:  Connoisseur v.87 (April 1931) p. 215. Rosenthal, Michael. British landscape painting. Oxford: Phaidon, 1982, p. 92. Kidson, Alex George Stubbs: a celebration. Tate, 2006, p.8.
Index Words:   wagon, horse, woman, women, rake, workers
Place:  England
Notes:  In the 1785 Hay Carting (ID 76), the rakes and forks are tools not just to move the hay but to stabilize and formalize the main pictorial elements into a serene triangle. The central woman with the vertical rake reappears in the oval-framed Haymakers nine years later; but the composition of the later work is less static: the scythers are given more space than the men and woman turning the hay with forks behind and on the right. In this version of Hay Carting, the woman, no longer facing the spectator, is vigorously using her rake on a pile of sunlit hay; but her companions retain the poses and positions of the earlier work.
Essays:  Roles in the hay (work)

Image: Reapers
ID:  79
Artist:  Stubbs, George
Artist Birth Date:  1724
Artist Death Date:  1806
Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Reapers
Date of Work:  1785
Medium:  oil
Period/Style:  eighteenth century
URL:  http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=13992&tabview=text&texttype=10
Citation:  
Index Words:  harvesting, sheaves, stooks, sickle
Place:  England
Notes:  Seen in an exhibit of Stubbs' work at the Frick, May, 2007. Stubbs' harvest scene is comparable to his depiction of haymaking in the same year. The format and style are similar, but in Reapers the stolid overseer, in fine clothes on an equally fine horse, watches the work done by others, in contrast to Stubbs' hay paintings in which everybody works. The Frick curator compared Stubbs' paintings to nostalgic pastoral poetry celebrating the simple virtues of rural labor...popular among city dwellers. The details, from the texture of the sheaves to the shining stirrup, reveal nature both as it is and as it ideally might be.
Essays:  Missed stacks and mistakes

Image: Inner part of the Lima Verrusosa
ID:  80
Artist:  Montalegre, Joseph de
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  
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Title of Work:  Inner part of the Lima Verrusosa
Date of Work:  1708
Medium:  engraving
Period/Style:  eighteenth century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  BE087959
Index Words:  hay-poles, transport, city-hay
Place:  
Notes:  visual footnote of a series of illustrations of fruit: each has a similar composition: large botanically precise cross-section of a fruit above an architectural group with a street scene. Of interest in our context are the two workers carrying aload of hay on poles.http://www.raremaps.de/hesperides.html
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