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20 historical paintings that say what’s on every farmer’s mind

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Have you ever wanted to get inside of the heads of artists and wondered what their paintings could be saying? We had a little fun here at AGDAILY and put the words and thoughts of farmers to some famous agricultural paintings. 

Don’t be surprised if you were thinking the same things that these folks were!

1.

“American Gothic” by Grant Wood

2.

“The Farmer’s Return” by Johann Joseph Zoffany

3.

“Scythe Menders” by Charles W. Bartlett

4.

“Farmer with a Pitch” by Winslow Homer

5.

“Gotthardpost” by Rudolf Koller

6.

“Mr. and Mrs. Andrews” by Thomas Gainsborough

7.

“Femme Versant a Boire” by Julien Dupré

8.

“Feiernde Bauern” by Unknown Master

9.

“Horse Frightened by Lightning” by Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix

10.

“The Farmer’s Wife and the Raven” by George Stubbs

11.

“Land Girls Hoeing” by Manly Edward MacDonald

12.

“Edward Jenner Advising a Farmer to Vaccinate his Family” by Unknown Artist

13.

“Saint Isidore the Farmer” by Donaciano Aguilar

14.

“The Farm Cart” by Myles Birket Foster

15.

“Market Farmers” by Joachim Beuckelaer

16.

“Haymakers” by George Stubbs

17.

“Haymaking” by Pieter Buregel the Elder

18.

“Company of Farmers in a Tavern” by Joos van Craesbeeck_

19.

“Milking Time” by Winslow Homer

20.

“Haymaking” by Winslow Homer
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