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Anno 1728. Haben Thro Hochfürstl. Durchl. Carl Alexander Herezog zu Würtenberg disen Hirsch No. 1 in einem eingerichten Tagen bey Jagodin in dem Königreich Servien geschossen. Anno 1737. Haben Thro Hochfürstl: Durchl: Maria Augusta Herzogin zu Würtenberg disen Hirsch No. 2 auf der Schaafweyd bey Tübingen und Anno 1738 den Hirsch No. 3 in dem Tiesenbach Frickenhausser Huth Kirchheimer Forsts geschossen.

Anno 1728. Haben Thro Hochfürstl. Durchl. Carl Alexander Herezog zu Würtenberg disen Hirsch No. 1 in einem eingerichten Tagen bey Jagodin in dem Königreich Servien geschossen. Anno 1737. Haben Thro Hochfürstl: Durchl: Maria Augusta Herzogin zu Würtenberg disen Hirsch No. 2 auf der Schaafweyd bey Tübingen und Anno 1738 den Hirsch No. 3 in dem Tiesenbach Frickenhausser Huth Kirchheimer Forsts geschossen.

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Johann Elias Ridinger (1698 - 1767) was a German painter, engraver, draughtsman and publisher. He is considered one of the most famous German engravers of animals, particularly horses, hounds and hunting scenes. He began his training in Ulm and later studied in Augsburg. He learned the art of engraving from Georg Philipp Rugendas. His engraved, etched and scratched sheets show the animals in characteristic movements and positions in a landscape environment. He later founded his own art publishing house in Augsburg, where most of his works appeared.

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1740
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Ridinger, Johann Elias (1698-1767), Engraver
Ridinger, Johann Elias (1698-1767), Artist
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Augsburg
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