Date of Printing: 1837 • Medium: Lithograph (hand colored) • Subject Category: Natural History - Mammals • Signed: Unsigned • Period Created: Romantic (1800 - 1899) • Plate Size HxWxD cm: 25 x 37 • Leaf Paper Size HxW cm: 25 x 37 • Style: FOLIO Original Vintage • Print on Verso: Blank on verso • Condition: Excellent, with minor toning at edges • Edition Type: 1st Edition - Limited • Paper Type: Woven • Framed: Print only
DEER Stag large FOLIO handcol. Lithograph by Heinrich Reichert, plate 170. Published by Mayer, Vienna, 1837
Lithograph - Hand coloured - Very Rare
ITEM CONDITION: Please view images carefully. Excellent condition with toning at the edges, slight foxing.
Heinrich Reichert (1801-1893) was a painter, lithographer and photographer, father of the painter and graphic artist Karl Reichert. From 1814 he was working on the Academy of Fine Arts, where he was until 1817. In 1819 he was a student of J.B.v. Lampi d. A. and devoted himself mainly to historical painting. In the following years study tours have taken him to Switzerland and Paris, where he has also worked as a lithographer. From 1834 on Reichert lived in Vienna, 1839 he moved to Graz and worked here as a lithographer for the Institute Lampi. In addition to these activities in Graz, he also had a photo studio. From 1869 Reichert was established in Vienna. During this last period, he dedicated himself primarily to painting, especially to animal painting.