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Ernst  Fröhlich

Kempten 1810 – Munich 1882

Three sheets of the 18-sheet set “(Hunt Reminiscences)” lithographed in chalk by Victor-Jean Vincent Adam (Paris 1801 – Viroflay 1866), here though

in  the  splendidly  watercolored  copies

of  the  baronial  collection  JB

with its crown-monogram stamp in the lower margin. – Mounted on framed light cardboard with reg.-nos. in ink by hand.

Schwerdt as the supposedly most comprehensive hunting collection missed the set entirely, Schoeller had it in b/w only (no. 426, see below).

How  much  more  charming  and  desirable  thus

colored  qualities  like  the  ones  here !

 

Ernst Fröhlich, Chamois

Chamois. Four of them resting above the hunter lying in wait. In the air several birds. Inscribed: (Drawn by) E. Froehlich. / Lyth. (by) V. Adam. / (Printed by) Lemercier, Benard et Co. / Bey Artaria et Fontaine in Mannheim / Chez Rittner et Goupil à Paris, otherwise in German-French as above. 10⅞ × 12½ in (27.7 × 31.6 cm). – Minor touch of foxing spots in the wide white margin.

Offer no. 12,524 / sold

Ernst Fröhlich, Partridge Shooting

(Partridge Shooting.) / Chasse aux Perdrix. Three hunters, one shooting. Fine the large-figured group with the pointer before the partridges. Inscribed: (Drawn by) Froehlich. / Lyth. (by) Victor Adam. / (Printed by) Lemercier, Benard et Co. / Bey Artaria et Fontaine in Mannheim / chez Rittner et Goupil à Paris, otherwise in German-French as above. 11 × 12½ in (28.1 × 31.7 cm). – The wide white margin with only little disturbing foxing spots.

Offer no. 12,525 / sold

Ernst Fröhlich, Vixen with its Welps

(Vixen with its Whelps.) / Renarde avec ses Renardeaux. Before the earth under a mighty tree-trunk taking apart a duck for the 3-brush junior set. Near by several bones of former meals. Inscribed: (Drawn by) E. Froehlich. / Lyth. (by) V. Adam. / (Printed by) Lemercier, Benard & Co. / Bey Artaria et Fontaine in Mannheim / Chez Rittner et Goupil à Paris, otherwise in German-French as above. 11⅛ × 12½ in (28.2 × 31.6 cm). – Especially painterly .

Offer no. 12,526 / sold

Ernst Fröhlich, Crow Shed

(The Crow Shed.) / Chasse aux Oiseaux de Proie. Eagle owl sitting on the mast, above it hater loosing feathers by the shot. Further coming nearer. Inscribed: (Drawn by) Froehlich. / Lyth. (by) V. Adam. / (Printed by) Lemercier, Benard & Co. / Bey Artaria & Fontaine in Mannheim / Chez Rittner & Goupil à Paris, otherwise in German-French as above. 11 × 12½ in (28 × 31.6 cm). – The charming sujet with instructively drawn guide of the line. – Black & white copy on ordinary buffer paper, not from the collection JB, not mounted. – The general fine foxspottedness barely impairing only. – In the extremely wide white margin waterstain lower right and backed minimal tear.

Offer no. 11,233 / sold


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