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us: Ramberg, Johann Heinrich, 1763-1840


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    • us: Ramberg, Heinr. (Heinrich), 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, H. (Heinrich), 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, Heinrich, 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, I. H., 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, John Henry, 1763-1840
  • Variants

    • us: Ramberg, Heinr. (Heinrich), 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, H. (Heinrich), 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, Heinrich, 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, I. H., 1763-1840
    • us: Ramberg, John Henry, 1763-1840
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        17630721
    • Death Date

        18400706
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Hannover (Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Hannover (Germany)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        ger
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    • found: Eulenspiegel (Satire). Tyll Eulenspiegel, 1980: t.p. (Johann Heinrich Ramberg)
    • found: Johann Heinrich Ramberg, 1998: t.p. (Johann Heinrich Ramberg) p. 9 (b. 21 July 1763; d. 6 July 1840)
    • found: Erste berlinische Bilderschule, 1814: t.p. (...gez[eichnet] von Heinr. Ramberg) leaf 1 (H. Ramberg del.)
    • found: H. Wegehaupt, Alte deutsche Kinderb├╝cher, 1507-1850 (Heinrich Ramberg; Johann Heinrich Ramberg)
    • found: Schiller, F. Wallenstein, 1977: t.p. (Heinrich Ramberg) colophon (engrapher; early 19th cent.)
    • found: Schaffer, F.C. The blessed Reformation, 1817: frontispiece (I.H. Ramberg; illustrator)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 5, 2014 (Johann Heinrich (a.k.a. John Henry) Ramberg (22 July 1763--6 July 1840) was a German painter and printmaker; born at Hanover; appointed electoral court painter; illustrated German almanacs and pocketbooks for over 20 years; became one of the most well known illustrators in Germany; best illustrations are those which he himself etched for the narrative cycles Reineke Fuchs and Tyll Eulenspiegel, both published in 1826; died at Hanover) {http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Heinrich_Ramberg}
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    • 1984-06-21: new
    • 2014-11-06: revised
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