Hunting, Genre, The Lucky Shot
"Der glueckliche Schuss" (the lucky shot)
An Alpine hunter shows the position he used to shoot the deer on the floor.
Wood engraving made after the painting by A. Eberle ca 1880.
Original antique print
Light age toning.
Image: 15 x 19 cm (5.9 x 7.4")
Dachshund, Dackel, dog, tobacco, pipe, lederhosen, trachten, Bayern, Oesterreich,
Adolf Eberle (11 January 1843 – 24 January 1914) was a German painter who specialised in genre painting, particularly of Bavarian and Tyrolean farmers and huntsmen.
born in Munich; his father, Robert Eberle, was also a painter. Studied under Karl von Piloty. Pfändung der letzten Kuh (mortgaging the last cow). Thirty Years' War and the Seven Years' War, Erster Rehbock (first stag)