In Focus: A 1927 violin by Evasio Emilio Guerra

GUERRA EE - 1927 - front and back

Andrea Schudtz examines the Turin maker’s early 20th-century instrument

Turin in the late 19th century was a large and significant city, well connected with central Europe and a major economic and political hub. Vibrant and full of culture, it was a perfect crucible for violin makers, respectful of Italian tradition as well as keen to engage with their French neighbours..

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