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Vollkommene und grundliche Vor stellungen der vortrefflichen oder der Edlen Fursten-Lust. Perfaite & exacte representation des divertissemens de grands seigneurs ou parfaite description des chasses de toutes sortes de bêtes.
Ridinger, 1729. Grand in-folio, titre gravé et 36 planches gravées sur cuivre. En feuilles, dans une boîte en demi-maroquin rouge moderne. Quelques planches doublées, quelques restaurations mineures. Premier tirage de cette belle suite, rare complète comme ici. "One of Ridinger's important and highly instructive sets, engraved by himself " (Schwerdt III, p. 134). Ces planches déclinent différents types de chasse. Leurs légendes sont en allemand, français et latin. Thienemann 13-48 ; Thiébaud 784 ; Brunet IV, 1298. - - - - - Johann Elias Ridinger (16 February 1698, Ulm - 10 April 1767, Augsburg) was a German painter, engraver, draughtsman and publisher. He is considered one of the most famous German engravers of animals, particularly horses, hounds and hunting scenes. He began his training in Ulm with the painter Christoph Resch (1701-16), and later studied under Johann Falch (1687-1727) in Augsburg. He learned the art of engraving from Georg Philipp Rugendas.[2] On the invitation of Wolf, Freiherr von Metternich (1706-31), he spent three years in Regensburg: his coursing and visits to the riding school there proved decisive for his development. His engraved, etched and scratched sheets show the animals in characteristic movements and positions in a landscape environment. The ornamental movements in his works show visibly Rococo stylistic tendencies.[3] He later founded his own art publishing house in Augsburg, where most of his works appeared. In 1759 he became the director of the Augsburg Stadtakademie. His drawings were often executed with precision and taste and hence hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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