Cream of the Day

Charles Frederick Prince of HohenzollernSigmaringen shoots this Stag Of odd 18 points
Ridingeriana rarity of degree
Charles Frederick Prince of HohenzollernSigmaringen shoots this Stag Of odd 18 points
Antlers design to Th. 353 sent by the princely court to the Ridingers for rendering in copper

Johann Elias Ridinger, Beaver
The Beaver

Johann Elias Ridinger, The Evening of the DeerJohann Elias Ridinger, The Morning of the Deer
The noble game — from old noble estate :
The Deer’s Four Times of Day

Johann Elias Ridinger, Tiger Horse with Ear-bouquet
“As a Rarity was paid for Very Dearly in 1743”
and instantaneously transferred into copper by Ridinger
This Young Tiger Horse had this Ear-Bouquet of black color
The original printing plate for Th. 280

Johann Elias Ridinger, Mindless Age
The Mindless Age
becomes Contemptuous by Childish Expression

Johann Elias Ridinger, Leaping Rhinoceros
First scientific representation of the rhinoceros
RHINOCEROS. Nasehorn. Rhinocerot
Drawn by Ridinger “from life” in Augsburg 1748

Johann Elias Ridinger, Three Stags Hunted in Serbia
Three princely hunted stags :
In 1728 His Princely Highness Carl Alexander Duke of Wurttemberg
shot this stag No. 1. in a hunt near Jagodin in the kingdom of Serbia

Johann Elias Ridinger, Four Seasons
The Four Seasons

Johann Georg Bergmüller, Johann Elias Ridinger
“The programmatic mezzotint” :
IOH. ELIAS RIDINGER Pictor et Scalptor Augustanus

Johann Elias Ridinger, Deer Brunswick-BevernJohann Elias Ridinger, Roes Brunswick-Bevern
The hunting luck of Frederick’s general
These stags No. 1 and No. 2 … No. 3 … And the No. 4
These Roe Bucks … The No. 1 … the No. 2 … No. 3 … And finally also No. 4. …

Also discover Johann Elias Ridinger in

publications of the ridinger gallery niemeyer
art-historical lectures and essays