Hay in Art Database: Search Results

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Image: Trajans Column
ID:  1
Artist:  Apollodorus of Damascus
Artist Birth Date:  c50 AD
Artist Death Date:  c130 AD
Artist Country: Italian
Title of Work:  Trajans Column
Date of Work:  113 AD
Medium:  
Period/Style:  
URL:  http://cheiron.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/buildcartoon.cgi?1b
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Index Words:  haystacks, ricks, stone, frieze, Rome, Dacia
Place:  Romania
Notes:  first known representation of hay
Essays:  Haystacks on Trajans Column

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Artist:  2
Artist Birth Date:  unknown
Artist Death Date:  
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Title of Work:  Italian
Date of Work:  Cynergetica: rural work
Medium:  11th century
Period/Style:  manuscript
URL:  before 1500
Citation:  http://www.corbis.com/
Index Words:  CS003302
Place:  haystacks, ricks, Byzantine
Notes:  Italy
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ID:  Yes
Artist:  
Artist Birth Date:  3
Artist Death Date:  unknown
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Title of Work:  
Date of Work:  British
Medium:  Anglo-Saxon hay making
Period/Style:  11th century
URL:  manuscript
Citation:  before 1500
Index Words:  http://ibs001.colo.firstnet.net.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=hay+sickles+june+calendar&y=7&x=10&idx=1&start=0
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Notes:  haycart, wagon, wain, sickle, fork, workers, Anglo-Saxon, British Library
Essays:  England

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Artist:  Yes
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  4
Artist Country: unknown
Title of Work:  
Date of Work:  
Medium:  British
Period/Style:  October hay making
URL:  11th century
Citation:  manuscript
Index Words:  before 1500
Place:  http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0018809.html
Notes:  
Essays:  haycart, wagon, wain, scythe, workers, Anglo-Saxon, British Library

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ID:  Calendar for October, from an 11th-century English manuscript. Farm workers are gathering in the hay crop with scythes and pitchforks. (Image © The Art Archive/British Library)
Artist:  
Artist Birth Date:  Yes
Artist Death Date:  
Artist Country: 5
Title of Work:  unknown
Date of Work:  
Medium:  
Period/Style:  French
URL:  Haystacks and a lion
Citation:  13th century
Index Words:  manuscript
Place:  before 1500
Notes:  http://www.art.com/
Essays:  Museu Archeologico Nazionale, Cividale del Friuli, Italy.

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ID:  France
Artist:  Psalter of Saint Elizabeth
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  Yes
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  6
Date of Work:  unknown
Medium:  
Period/Style:  
URL:  British
Citation:  Harvest cart going uphill
Index Words:  1335-1340
Place:  manuscript
Notes:  before 1500
Essays:  http://ibs001.colo.firstnet.net.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=waggon&x=5&y=8

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ID:  haycart, wain, wagon, horses, workers, fork, British Library
Artist:  England
Artist Birth Date:  A harvest waggon loaded with sheaves, is drawn by three horses. It is being driven uphill; two men pushing hard at the wheel, while at the back, a third man is keeping the sheaves in place with a pitchfork. Luttrell Psalter.
Artist Death Date:  Missed stacks and mistakes
Artist Country: Yes
Title of Work:  
Date of Work:  7
Medium:  Nelli, Ottavio di Martino
Period/Style:  1375
URL:  1445
Citation:  Italian
Index Words:  Nativity
Place:  1424
Notes:  oil
Essays:  before 1500

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ID:  VU005050
Artist:  fodder, animals
Artist Birth Date:  Italy
Artist Death Date:  detail: ass with wisp of hay and ox over a manger
Artist Country:
Title of Work:  Yes
Date of Work:  
Medium:  8
Period/Style:  Limbourg, Paul de
URL:  1385
Citation:  1416
Index Words:  French
Place:  June
Notes:  1440
Essays:  manuscript

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ID:  http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/rh/img/june.jpg
Artist:  
Artist Birth Date:  haycocks, cobs, windrows, scythe, woman, rake, fork, Book of Hours
Artist Death Date:  France
Artist Country: ^^^ Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. June. Folio 6v. 'It is harvest time; scantily clad peasants wearing hats mow the wide meadow in unison. Every detail of the operation is carefully observed and rendered. The freshly mown area stands out brightly against the untouched grass, and the already fading shocked hay is still different in color. In the foreground two women rake and stack the hay. The grace, one might even say the elegance, imparted by the fragility and flexibility of these simply dressed reapers is typical of the mixture of perception and charm that characterizes the Limbourgs' genius.' (Notes from the excellent christusrex.org website)
Title of Work:  Missed stacks and mistakes
Date of Work:  Yes
Medium:  
Period/Style:  9
URL:  Limbourg, Paul de
Citation:  1385
Index Words:  1416
Place:  French
Notes:  June (detail)
Essays:  1440

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ID:  before 1500
Artist:  http://www.christusrex.org/www2/berry/DB-f6v-d3l.jpg
Artist Birth Date:  
Artist Death Date:  haycocks, woman, women, workers, rake
Artist Country: France
Title of Work:  ^^^ detail of ID 8: women making hay
Date of Work:  Roles in the hay (work)
Medium:  Yes
Period/Style:  
URL:  10
Citation:  Limbourg, Paul de
Index Words:  1385
Place:  1416
Notes:  French
Essays:  June (detail)

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