Galleries – Page 6

  • guarneri del Gesù
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    From the Archive: the 'Adam' Guarneri 'del Gesù' violin, 1738

    2017-07-10T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Guarneri 'del Gesù' was published in The Strad, December 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photograph: Guarneri 'del Gesù' drew together all the strands of Cremonese and Brescian makers, and with great force of character, ...

  • Rocca
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    From the Archive: a cello by Joseph Rocca, Turin, 1838

    2017-07-03T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a cello by Joseph Rocca was published in The Strad, November 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photograph: What is it about the month of November that brings out the sellers? Ever since November 1978 and the big Sotheby event that began ...

  • nathaniel cross
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    From the Archive: a violin by Nathaniel Cross, 'Aldermanbury'

    2017-06-26T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Nathaniel Cross was published in The Strad, August 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photograph: Born in 1689, when the only possible social mobility was downward, and humility and hard work were the only defence against the gutter and ...

  • lord norton
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    From the Archive: the Antonio Stradivari, 'Lord Norton', violin 1737

    2017-06-19T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Antonio Stradivari was published in The Strad, July 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photograph: The violin is named after Lord Norton, who purchased it from George Hart shortly after the sale of the Gillot collection at Christies in ...

  • juilliard tianjin
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    The Juilliard School reveals designs for its new Tianjin Juilliard School in China

    2017-06-15T00:00:00Z

    The Juilliard School has unveiled the preliminary designs for its new Tianjin Juilliard School, due to open in China in 2019. Construction of the facility will be overseen by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the same firm that was responsible for the 2009 renovations of Juilliard's New York City campus and ...

  • nicolo gagliano
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    From the Archive: a violin by Nicolo Gagliano of Naples, 1775

    2017-06-12T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Nicolo Gagliano of Naples was published in The Strad, June 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photograph: Sotheby's mammoth sale on April 30 mustered 564 lots. The attendance strained the resources of the Conduit Street Gallery, with foreign ...

  • guarneri del Gesù
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    From the Archive: 1733 Guarneri 'del Gesù' violin, 'ex Kreisler'

    2017-06-05T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Guarneri 'del Gesù' was published in The Strad, January 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: The instrument most closely associated with Fritz Kreisler is the 1733 Guarneri ' del Gesù' now owned by ...

  • alessandro gagliano
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    From the Archive: a violin by Alessandro Gagliano, 'Rotondo', 1710

    2017-05-29T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Alessandro Gagliano was published in The Strad, May 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Alessandro Gagliano worked in Naples from about 1700 to 1735. He is the first recorded Neapolitan violin maker, his work is relatively rare and ...

  • carlo bergonzi
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    From the Archive: a violin by Carlo Bergonzi, 'ex Kreisler'

    2017-05-22T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Carlo Bergonzi was published in The Strad, January 1987. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Hill's record of this Carlo Bergonzi violin places it first in the collection of Count Cozio di Salabue, the first great violin collector and ...

  • j.b. vuillaume
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    From the Archive: a violin by J.B. Vuillaume, 'ex-Kreisler', 1845

    2017-05-15T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of an 1845 violin by J.B. Vuillaume was published in The Strad, January 1987

  • 5_5_17
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    From the Archive: a violin by Daniel Parker

    2017-05-09T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Daniel Parker was published in The Strad, December 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs:Although most writers on the violin have taken Daniel Parker to heart, waxing euphoric about this most individual of makers, he has remained an enigma, ...

  • Aranyi Stradivarius violin
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    From the Archive: the 'Aranyi' Stradivarius violin, 1667

    2017-05-01T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of the 1667 'Aranyi' Stradivarius violin was published in The Strad, November 1986

  • montagnana cello
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    From the Archive: a 1739 cello by Domenico Montagnana

    2017-04-24T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a cello by Domenico Montagnana was published in The Strad, October 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Stephen Kates is the proud owner of a magnificent Montagnana cello whose tone is as beautiful as its appearance. The fascinating story ...

  • José Contreras
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    From the Archive: a violin by José Contreras

    2017-04-17T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by José Contreras was published in The Strad, September 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: José Contreras, a contemporary of Stradivari, is undoubtedly the premiere name in Spanish violin making. The instrument we have illustrated is a ...

  • david tecchler
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    From the Archive: a cello by David Tecchler, Rome 1706

    2017-04-10T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a 1706 cello by David Tecchler (c.1666 – c.1747) was published on the front cover of The Strad, July 1986. The photograph was reproduced courtesy of dealer/restorer Bein and Fushi of Chicago. German-born Tecchler arrived in Rome in his late 20s and is considered the ...

  • goffriller
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    From the Archive: a violin by Matteo Goffriller, Venice, 1696

    2017-04-03T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Matteo Goffriller was published in The Strad, August 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Hugh Bean once remarked that Albert Sammons 'got through one violin a week'. This statement is obviously an exaggeration but it does ...

  • panormopanormo
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    From the Archive: a violin by Joseph Panormo

    2017-03-27T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Joseph Panormo was published in The Strad, May 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Joseph Panormo was the eldest son of Vincenzo Panormo and his father's principal apprentice until the beginning of the 19th century. Born ...

  • panormo
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    From the Archive: a violin by Vincenzo Panormo from his Paris period

    2017-03-15T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of a violin by Vincenzo Panormo was published in The Strad, April 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Dividing up the large body of work known in general as 'Panormo' among a family which seems to have multiplied itself ...

  • lupot
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    From the Archive: a violin by Nicolas Lupot, 1805

    2017-03-06T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of an 1805 violin by Nicolas Lupot was published in The Strad, September 1985. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Despite sporadic indications to the contrary, the economic recession promises to stay with us for a while yet. Unlike the famous ...

  • lupot lupot
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    From the Archive: a violin by Nicolas Lupot, 1816

    2017-02-27T00:00:00Z

    This illustration of an 1816 violin by Nicolas Lupot was published in The Strad, January 1986. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: This violin, which was begun in 1815, was completed in 1816 and awarded as a premier prix in 1818. The recipient ...