Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 – Augsburg 1767). Foxes before their Earth. Three he-foxes fuming and foaming at another, beside it the vixen with four whelps. Beyond of a glen a property. Toned lithograph by Hermann Menzler printed by A. Renaud for L. J. Heymann, both at Berlin. (1863/65.) Inscribed: Gez. v. J. E. Ridinger, lith. v. H. Menzler etc., otherwise in German as above. 10⅛ × 11⅝ in (25.7 × 29.4 cm).
(Joh. El. Ridinger’s Hunting Album) II/13. – Cf. Thienemann 218. – From the (Album of Interesting Hunt and Group Pictures) carried as 2nd part. – The whole rare set almost unknown to literature and comprising 80 sheet plus a recently discovered illustrated title of far larger image size (13¾ × 14⅛ in [47.5 × 36 cm]), though practically to be completed just peu à peu. In the pictorial effect corresponding to that of the aquatint technique not used by Ridinger anymore. – On strong wide-margined paper. – Three very small and tiny resp. tears in the wide white lower margin acid-freely repaired.
Compared with sheet 23 of the Study of the Wild Animals the 5th full-grown fox looking from behind the trunk missing here. Also the tree decoration partly somewhat varied and shortened resp. – Without Brockes’s verses. – In regard of the certain changes and thus independant a
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