“Tayar” [Arabian Stallion]. After Rudolf Kuntz, German.
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“Tayar” [Arabian Stallion]

1823. Lithograph, artist, lithographer “L. Ekemann Allessan” and title in German with publisher’s blind stamp “Ebner” in lower margin, 33.7 x 41.5cm (image).

Text reads “Nach d. leben gez. (after a life drawing) v. Rud. Kuntz. Lithogr. v. L. Ekemann Allessan. ‘Tayar.’ Helbruan/Baiclair.” Published in Chevaux de Races Orientales aux Haras de S. M. le Roi de Wurttemberg, l’Institut Royal de Lithographie a Stouttgart, 1823.

The stallion “Tayar” was one of 18 Arabian horses imported by the King of Wuerttemberg, William I, who established the first Arabian horse breeding facility in Germany (in Weil near Stuttgart) in 1817. Ref: Wiki, OCLC.

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Item #CL175-91

Price (AUD): $1,650.00  Other currencies

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