In our beautiful reproductions, illustrations of 18th-century bridle bits become iconic works of art. The images originally appeared as color plates in a 1747 riding manual by Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron Reis d’Eisenberg, a master horseman and gifted painter—along with training cavaliers in Naples, Tuscany, England and Vienna, he lavishly illustrated his own writings on horsemanship. Dedicated to England’s King George II and his son, the Prince of Wales, the book was a favorite among European nobility and is memorable today for its scholarship and its artistry.
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