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Johann Elias Ridinger, Hippocrene
Inspired by Watteau :
The work of self-identification for the minimized Ridinger
The Hippocrene or The Donation of Water

Johann Elias Ridinger, How the Wolf is brought onto the Disk
When wolves found themselves still taken seriously
How the Wolf is brought onto the disc by the Duck and catched in the Pit

Johann Elias Ridinger, Letter to Johann Georg Wille
Late Letter unknown to Literature
as Résumé of the Œuvre & Character Sketch
Autograph Letter of June 21, 1765 to Johann Georg Wille

Ridinger, Badger captured with the Turnpike
The Badger captured with the Turnpike
The original printing plate to Th. 91
partly unveils the mystery of the covered caption:
The caption was present! Indeed, it still is!!

Johann Elias Ridinger, Figures from the Ancient AgeJohann Elias Ridinger, Figures from the Ancient Age
“In Salvator Rosa’s manner”
Diverse Presentations of some Figures from the Ancient Age suitable for History

Johann Elias Ridinger, The Stag turns to Bay in the Water, the Hounds are ceased and He receives the Coup de Grâce
Ridinger-Par Force Hunt Etching as Oil Painting by Georg Adam Eger or his Circle :
The Stag turns to Bay in the Water, the Hounds are ceased and He receives the Coup de Grâce
Executed as oil painting in the colors of Hesse-Darmstadt

Johann Elias Ridinger, CamelsJohann Elias Ridinger, CamelsJohann Elias Ridinger, Camels
With the Augsburg Murderous Camel
Six Plates Camels

Johann Elias Ridinger, Pine Marten (original printing plate)Johann Elias Ridinger, Beech Marten (original printing plate)
Ridinger’s Martens, one of which acted as
model for the “Blue Rider” Franz Marc
Beech Marten & Pine Marten
The original printing plates for Th. 475 & 476

Johann Elias Ridinger, Lynx by the Turn Pike (Pen-and-Ink Drawing)
From the master’s “Painterlies” :
A Lynx by the Turnpike
Washed brush and brown pen and ink for Th. 82

Johann Elias Ridinger, Foolish Jealousy
One will envy you :
The Foolish Jealousy after Boucher

The Art Historical Contribution here to the Ridinger Ceremonial Act
at the University for Technology in Dresden

Continuously updated , enlarged internet version

(in German)

Also discover Johann Elias Ridinger in

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