Tischbein II, Johann Heinrich (Haina, Hesse, 1742 – Cassel 1808). A Roebuck and a Roe. Dead on top of the other at a boulder, the hind legs of the former raised against this. Drawn from nature. Etching. 7¼ × 9⅜ in (18.4 × 23.8 cm).
Sheet 14 of the 1827 Tischbein set of the “Fair Game” Nagler 44 – Lindner 11.2083.01; Schwerdt III, 173 – as a compilation mounted in points of throughout old till earlier impressions. – From the collection of the legendary railroad king DR. STROUSBERG , Berlin.
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