I saw this nice vintage photograph yesterday when I visited Gunmaker Theo Jung and he was so kind to leave it to me. Many thanks! I love these old pictures in two ways: as a Photographer and as a Hunter. They are real objects of art and typical for the early years of photography. This one is from the second half of the 19th century.
A brave Roebuck is lying on the (studio!) floor. The background is clearly painted. The buck is a two pointer, in German we say “Gabler”. I think it’s an elder one, but who knows…
Emil Tiedemann from Bremen was a German Photographer. He run an atelier in Bremen from 1859 to 1892 with branches in Brake and Hannover. He called himself “Hof-Photograph”, which means he was applied to the courts of Preussen (Prussia) and Sachsen-Altenburg (Saxony-Altenburg). He was a very successful artist who won several medals and international prizes. (Source: Wikipedia).