The field had already been reaped, and these troops were the gleaners.
At that time the gleaners in our district were divided into two gangs or parties.
And what a deep intuition of nature is to be found in “The Gleaners”!
The gleaners used to use them to thresh out their collections.
These are but gleaners in the field—to them the inner life must remain hidden.
On his return, he met several other gleaners who were seeking a field to glean in.
The Gleaners, a painting first exhibited at the Salon of 1867.
The same theory was suggested when the Sower and the Gleaners appeared.
Groups of gleaners had squatted in the sun on every square yard.
My heart is full to bursting as I pass onward into the harvest-field and watch the gleaners at their busy toil.