Zoological Museum / Deer Information Folder

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This series of folders brings the background stories of animals into the image creation in a museum presentation.

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Zoological Museum / Deer Information Folder

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https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49812899011_00a1bce0da_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49755078283_aa6db949f3_z.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49755943352_f684c9e7e5_z.jpg ▌**INFO** . Can load about 20 sheets of A4 paper . The folder thickness is increased to 210um, and the texture is better (mostly 180um in the market) . The animal introduction is attached to the back of the outer bag, suitable for gifts and personal use ▌**John. Ridinger "Deer" Johann Ridinger "Stag"**1861-1885 John. Riddinger (1698-1767) was a German painter, sculptor, draftsman, and publisher. He is considered to be one of the most famous animal carvers in Germany, especially good at creating art on horses, hunting dogs and hunting scenes. Riddinger began his training in Ulm, Bavaria, and later in Augsburg with the painter Christoph. Reschi studied the art of carving. He uses unique portrayal techniques to express the unique movements and demeanor of animals in the natural environment, and integrates into the current popular Rococo style, which adds a lot of elegance and vividness to his animals. Later, Riddinger established his own art publishing house in Augsburg, which included most of his works, some of which were even used by nobles on delicate vases and bowls. Product Name: John. Readinger "Deer" file folder (1 entry) Size: 22x31cm Material: PP Origin: Taiwan *Please note that there may be a slight color difference between the product and the picture, which is normal printing and not a defect.*

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