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August Laube

Buch- und Kunstantiquariat

MAY 2015

 

 

Johann Elias Ridinger (Ulm 1698 – 1767 Augsburg)

Study of a walking mule in full harness from the side. Pencil. Signed and dated: „Ridinger del. 1718“. 14,9:17,2 cm.

 

Study for the nice print „Grosses Maul Thier beladen,” Thienemann 503 as part from the Design of Several Horses …Mules and
Donkeys.

Ridinger began his training in Ulm in 1712 with the painter
Christoph Resch. He then spent some years in Augsburg with the animal and plant painter Johann Falck. Upon which he spent some years in Regensburg, where his visits to the riding school proved decisive for his development. Returning to Augsburg he founded after 1723 an art publishing house, selling his own prints. In 1759, Ridinger became director of the Augsburg Art Academy.

 

He mainly chose to paint animals, hunting and riding scenes.
His prints are documents of the then present understanding the

 

animals, the hunt and the art of riding. During his life time he gained a high reputation especially in the circle of nobility.

 

 

 

 

Lucas Cranach d. Ae. (Kronach 1472 – 1553 Weimar)

The Martyrdom of Saint Apostle Jude - Das Martyrium des Heiligen
Judas Thaddäus
Woodcut. B 47. Hollst. 63. Without Wm.
16,2:12,6 cm. 

From the set of the Martyrdoms of the Twelve Apostles, ca. 1510.

Margins added. 

 

The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas - Martyrium des Heiligen Thomas

Woodcut. B 43. Hollst. 59. Wm.: Gothic P. with flower. 16.1:12.6 cm.

Collector‘s note in brown ink verso.

From the set of the Martyrdoms of the Twelve Apostles, ca. 1510.

Strong impression, trimmed on or within the black outline.

 

The Martyrdom of Saint Philip - Martyrium des Heiligen Philippus

Woodcut. B. 41. Hollst 57. Wm.: Gothic P with flower. 16,2:12,6 cm.

Collector‘s note in brown ink verso.

From the set of the Martyrdoms of the Twelve Apostles, ca. 1510

The Gothic P indicatives of the first issue of 1539.

 

The Martyrdom of Saint James the Less - Das Martyrium des heiligen Jacobus des Jüngeren. Woodcut. B. 45. Hollst. 61. without Wm. 16,2:12,6 cm.

Collector‘s note in brown ink verso.

From the set of the Martyrdoms of the Twelve Apostles, ca. 1510.

Strong impression, trimmed on or within the black outline.

 


Turnierbuch Rüxner

Coat of Arms of Stuttgart.

Coloured woodcut. 1530. Muther 1783. BM Kat. 760. Wm.: High crown with cross. Sheet: 32,5:21 cm.

Sheet Bbbiiii from Georg Rüxner, Anfang: ursprung: unnd herkom-
men des thurnirs in Teutscher nation. Wieuil thurnier bisz uff den letsten zu Worms gehalten und durch was Fuerstenn Graven Herrn sie ieder zeit besuecht worden sindt. Simmern, Hieronymus Rodler, 1530. Some staining and water soiling.