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Notes "Many of these poems have appeared in Scribner's, The Century, The Atlantic, and the San Francisco Examiner"--Prefatory note.
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The Man with the Hoe, perhaps his best known poem, was written after seeing a painting of the same name by the French artist Millet, who also depicted working men and women in rural settings.
Many of these poems were previously published in The Atlantic and other magazines. Edwin Markham (). American poet. Born in Oregon, he moved to northern California while a child. Markham taught in El Dorado county and became the school superintendent of the county before becoming principal of a school in Oakland, CA.
He was a noted poet. Markham read his poem The Man with the Hoe in at a public reading. : Man with the Hoe: Signed by author at bottom of sheet. Markham has also written, "Revised version, " near top of sheet. Broadside sheet 14 x inches, folded. There is mild tanning on left edge of sheet.
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The Man With The Hoe. Edward Markham’s tribute to a Painting by Jean-François Millet Man with a Hoe Jean-François Millet French, Barbizon, Oil on Canvas 31 ½ x 39 in.
"As I have never seen anything but fields since I was born, I try to say as best I can what I saw and felt when I was at work," wrote Jean-François Millet. The Man with the Hoe Written after seeing Millet s World-Famous Painting God made man in His own image, in the image of God made He him.
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