George Simon Winter 1672 Dressage in countryside settings (2)

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Artist Biography:

George Simon Winter von Adlersflùgel [1634 - 1687] born in Halberstadt and became a well known veterinarian and director of the stud farms and veterinarian, managed, among others, the Württemberg stud farms of Güterstein, Offenhausen, and the main stud farm at Marbach in Suabia. He is well known for his prints of dressage in countryside settings. He died in Halberstadt where he is presumed to have died during a plague.

Date:

1672

Source:

Tractatio Nova de Re Equaria first edition Published Nuremberg, Germany. Engraved by C. N. Schurk

Volume:

1

Plate No.:

13

Description:

Dressage in countryside settings

Print Method:

Engraving on laid paper, professionally hand colored

Condition:

Very good to Excellent

Size of Print:

210 x 330 mm. (approximately 8.25 x 13 inches)

Size of Leaf:

210 x 330 mm. (approximately 8.25 x 13 inches)

References:

Nissen : 4426; Graesse : Vol VII, 463; Benezit : Vol X, 283; Brunet: Vol V: 1465

Price:
$300.00
SKU:
49332
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