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Dressage illustration 2.

Dressage illustration 2. "Difficult" position by Baron d'Eisenberg

by Eisenberg, Baron

Horse Riding Dressage in the 18th century. "Le Dificile": Eisenberg Horse Management print.

Reproduction from a copperplate engraving by Bernard Picart (1673-1733), for “L’art de monte a cheval ou description du manege moderne dans sa perfection” (The Art of Proper Horsemanship), by Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron Rais d’Eisenberg (c.1700-c.1770), originally published in Amsterdam circa 1759.

Baron Reis d'Eisenberg was a renowned horseman, and riding master to the Court of the Hapsburgs. He was an amateur artist who wrote and illustrated the work with fifty-five illustrations of school movements, after being commissioned to do so by the Tenth Earl of Pembroke. The original drawings now hang at Wilton House, England.

One, of a set of four images that are available from top of Heritage Editions category in Half-Price section. (Three others individually available below.) Size to border, 215 x 295mm (8.1/2 x 11.7/8 inches). This print is available as shown, black and white as printed; or with jackets hand-coloured in emerald, crimson red, royal blue or golden yellow.

Stock Number: HE128Price: $5.50

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