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Johann Heinrich Roos, Animal Pieces
Belonging to the earliest works etched by himself :
Animal Pieces. Set of 6 leaves after Johann Heinrich Roos

Johann Elias Ridinger, Spring of the Hounds (Drawing)
Splendidly large-sized, splendidly high-graded drawing
and as such exceedingly precious today :
“The Spring of the Hounds”
The pictorial drawing for Th. 105

Johann Elias Ridinger, St. Francis of Paula
The founder of the “Minims”
S. Franc. de Pavla Fvnd. Ord. Minimor

Johann Elias Ridinger, LaughingJohann Elias Ridinger, Joy
Now in the sequence intended by Ridinger :
The Human Tempers

Johann Elias Ridinger, Roebuck and Doe
The Roebuck and Doe are able to rut the other Year

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, Sweet Captivity
In visibly deviating earlier state :
The Sweet Captivity
after Bouchers “Les amours pastorales”

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, How the Roes are catched in Nets
The as constructive as painterly sheet
How the Roes are catched in Nets

Johann Elias Ridinger, Wild Horse
Memorialized Bucephalus
The Wild Horse is left in the Wild up to the 3rd and 4th Year, then trained for use;
mostly foals only one, now and then 2. Foals; they serve for use 15. to 20. Years

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
art-historical lectures and essays