Johann Elias Ridinger, Wild Geese attacked by Polecat

Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 – Augsburg 1767). Wild Geese attacked suddenly by a polecat. In the reeds, vis-à-vis of the water the front of a castle. Steel engraving by an anonymous engraver. C. 1835. Inscribed: IX. / M. E. (erroneously instead of Joh. E.) Ridinger del., otherwise as above in German along with the address of the Art Establishment of the Bibliographical Institute. 7⅝ × 8½ in (19.4 × 21.7 cm).

In the same direction after sheet XIV, Th. 357 of the set To the Special Events and Incidents at the Hunt only transferred on the copper by Martin Elias. – With the platemark not measured with, as rather more seldom for steel engravings, and stitch margin on the left.

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– – – The same in Martin Elias Ridinger’s own etching with engraving. Inscribed: XIV. / Ioh. El. Ridinger, inv. et del. / Mart. El. Ridinger, sculps. A. V., otherwise in German as before. 11 × 10¼ in (28.1 × 26.2 cm). – With the companion piece Wicked is the he-cat’s trick. – Fine, evenly rich impressions originating from the omnibus volume of the old estate of a nobleman. – See the complete description.

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