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The Grape Harvest
The Grape Harvest The Grape Harvest

By Caesar van Everdingen

The Grape Harvest
The Grape Harvest The Grape Harvest

Five women together represent the various stages of the wine harvest. The woman on the right is carrying a basket of grapes, in the middle a woman is treading grapes in a barrel, and a third woman is pouring wine into a glass held by a fourth woman. The fifth woman on the far left is holding a klepper, which is a type of rattle used to mark time for the grape treading. Haarlem, where this work was created, used to be called Bacchus Wood after Bacchus, the Roman God of The Wine. Vines were said to have grown in Haarlem: this may explain the scene.

Year

1655

Material

olieverf op doek | oil on canvas

Dimensions

175 x 168 cm (68 7/8 x 66 1/8in.)

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

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