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Jean-François Millet

Potato Planters

Potato Planters, Jean-François Millet
Potato Planters, zoomed in
82.5 cmPotato Planters scale comparison101.3 cm
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Potato Planters is a Barbizon School Oil on Canvas Painting created by Jean-François Millet in 1861. It lives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the United States. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Work, Farm and Fields. SourceDownload

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“Why should the work of a potato planter be less interesting or less noble than any other activity?” — Jean-François Millet

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