Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 – Augsburg 1767). The entrance of a Wolf Park. In moonlit thick forest place surrounded by high palisades with the wolf at the dead sheep, fuming with venom at the second one halting at the leap-off point. Etching with engraving. (1729.) Inscribed: Avec privil de Sa. Maj. Imp. / I. El. Ridinger inv. pinxit Sculps. et excud. Aug. Vind., otherwise as above along with multi-line caption in German & French. 13½ × 16⅞ in (34.4 × 42.8 cm).

Thienemann + Schwarz 40. – The instructive painterly fine large sheet 28 of the Princes’ Hunting Pleasure as the first hunting set transferred into copper by Ridinger himself and additionally published by himself, conceived textbook-like, in a marvelous impression of also most finely wide margins: 3.5-6 cm above + below, 8.5-9.5 cm laterally, besides in the outer part, particularly below and right, slightly fox-spotted. Isolated tiniest tears in the lower margin backed acid-freely.

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