Indulge in the artistry and craftsmanship that define our “To Autumn” collection. Every piece is meticulously designed to reflect the intricate beauty found in nature during this time of year. From the rich, warm hues that mirror the changing leaves to the meticulous details that mimic the textures of bark and acorns, these creations are a testament to the dedication and passion of our artisans. Read More English Summaries.
To Autumn Summary
To Autumn Summary in English
Autumn is a season of ripe fruitfulness. It is the time of the ripening of grapes, apples, gourds, hazelnuts, etc. It is also the time when the bees suck the sweetness from “later flowers” and make honey. Thus, autumn is picturised in the stanza as bringing all the fruits of earth to maturity in readiness for harvesting.
In the second stanza, autumn is seen in the person of a reaper, a winnower, a gleaner, and a cider-presser. Reaping, winnowing, gleaning and cider-pressing are all operations connected with the harvest and are, therefore, carried on during autumn. Autumn is depicted first as a harvester sitting carelessly in the field during a winnowing operation, second, as a tired reaper fallen asleep in the very midst of reaping, third, as a gleaner walking homewards with a load on the head, and fourth, as a cider-presser watching intently the apple-juice flowing out of the cider-press.
Autumn is not altogether devoid of music. If spring has its songs, autumn too has its sounds and songs. In the evening, when the crimson light of the setting sun falls upon the stubble-fields, a chorus of natural sounds is heard. The gnats utter their mournful sounds; the full-growyn lambs bleat loudly, the hedge-crickets chirp; the robin’s high and delicate notes are heard, and the swallows twitter in the sky. In the last stanza, the close of the year is associated with sunset and nightfall.