The Gleaners is an oil painting produced in 1857 by French painter Jean François Millet.
The Gleaners was regarded as the most famous and best works of Millet. The image of the woman bending over inspired several young artist such as Seurat, Renoir, van Gogh etc. Robert Rosenblum was a famous historian said that this painting had introduced a new presence of theme during the mid-century.
This painting rather focused on the lower class of the French society featuring sympathy to workers but this was not received well from the Upper class of French society. This painting was discussed in a film The Gleaners and I by Agnes Varda. The dimensions of the painting were 83.8 cm × 111.8 cm or 33 in × 44 in.