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Nooning in the Hop Gardens, 1889 (oil on canvas) Featured Agriculture & Rural Scenes Image

Nooning in the Hop Gardens, 1889 (oil on canvas)

TW427141 Nooning in the Hop Gardens, 1889 (oil on canvas) by Murray, David (1849-1933); 122.2 x 183.2 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: In the late-19th century, many workers travelled to Kent in September to pick hops for the beer-making industry. Some were travellers, and some others were poor families from the East End of London. The artist has shown one woman picking hops from a vine into a big trough-like sack. Others are having their midday meal, known as nooning. Filled sacks are piled on the wagon in the background; Kent; English landscape; midday; lunch; workers; worker; labourers; labourer; agricultural work; agriculture; picking; working; wagon; horse and cart; c19th; Victorian; fields; field;); A© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; Scottish, out of copyright

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A View of Government House, Calcutta, 1826, engraved by Robert Havell the Younger Featured Agriculture & Rural Scenes Image

A View of Government House, Calcutta, 1826, engraved by Robert Havell the Younger

GHL10446 A View of Government House, Calcutta, 1826, engraved by Robert Havell the Younger (1793-1878) (aquatint) by Fraser, James Baillie (1783-1856) (after); London Metropolitan Archives, City of London; A© London Metropolitan Archives ; Scottish, out of copyright

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British Raj, Grass, Lawn, Native, Neo Classical Architecture, Parasol

Strayed, a Moonlight Pastoral, 1878 (oil on canvas) Featured Agriculture & Rural Scenes Image

Strayed, a Moonlight Pastoral, 1878 (oil on canvas)

BAL12447 Strayed, a Moonlight Pastoral, 1878 (oil on canvas) by Lawson, Cecil Gordon (1849-82); 67.3x59.6 cm; Charles Young Fine Paintings, London, UK; (add.info.: When this picture was shown at the RA in 1878, the critic of the The Times wrote:
[Lawson] has treated pathetically and poetically a suggestive subject - a lamb that has wandered from its ewe, in a dreary country where the blasted trees and the distant pit-chimneys tell of one of those regions of England in which Mammon has turned Nature out of doors. But even this desolation is made beautiful by the loveliness of moonlight. The contrast between that tender irradiation and the grimy ugliness which daylight would reveal, lends additional poetry and pathos to the picture.
); English, out of copyright

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