Photo Credit: photo: M. Johnston
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Girl Minding Geese (La Gardeuse)1855-1856
143 x 121 mm (5.6 x 4.8 in.)
Jean-François Millet, French, (1814–1875)
- agriculture - Science or art of cultivating the soil, harvesting crops, and raising livestock. W [April 1996 descriptor moved. November 1995 related term added. July 1993 descriptor moved. February 1991 alternate term added.]
- animals - This section can use more hierarchical (quasi-Linnaean) refinement in future; extant terms were assembled into a fairly flat and slightly redundant structure to expedite conversion.
- France - TGN 1000070
- genre - Use for pictorial representations, which may be in various media, that represent scenes or events from everyday life; usually used with another term such as "paintings" or "prints." [April 1991 descriptor moved.]
- girls - Use to refer to female human beings from birth through adolescence. [August 1993 descriptor added.]
- labor - Usage in the sense of physical work
- plate Dimensions: 143 x 121 mm (5.6 x 4.8 in.)
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Jean-François Millet, French, (1814–1875) . Girl Minding Geese (La Gardeuse), 1855-1856. Drypoint printed in brown ink on laid paper. Only state. plate : 143 x 121 mm (5.6 x 4.8 in.). Sheet : 224 x 161 mm (8.8 x 6.3 in.). DAC accession number 1937.D1.124. Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1937. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Johnston) .
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