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Joseph Guarnerius, his work and his master [Andreas Gisalberti]
|Statement||By Horace Petherick ... With numerous illustrations by the author and 41 full-page reproductions of photographs.|
|Series||"The Strad" Library,, no. XVI|
|LC Classifications||ML424.G8 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 220 p.|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||07029174|
Giuseppe Guarneri I, known as 'filius Andreae' to distinguish him from his son Giuseppe "del Gesù", inherited his father Andrea's shop in He had already been working for his father for quite some time, and in fact many of Andrea's later instruments Read More were primarily made by Giuseppe. Not content to blindly imitate his father's models, Giuseppe's use of rounded upper bouts and. well, i'm no expert but my ex used to have a violin business. the name (guarnerius) means it is a copy of a guarnerius violin, which is pretty common. I would take it to a second-hand music shop and ask them what they would pay for it. there is a good market for such things for kids learning to play. also check ebay for similar things.
This illustration of a Joseph Guarnerius violin was published in The Strad, June The following text is extracted from an article accompanying the photographs: This violin, formerly belonging to Emile Sauret, is one of the finest examples of this maker’s later period, and is wonderfully preserved. So, Giuseppe Guarneri becomes Joseph (note the older f for an s) Guarnerius. Joseph Guarnerius seems to have had a pretty normal upbringing for a guy growing up in a violin making family in Cremona in the early s. Joseph was born in He was probably working with his father and his older brother, Pietro, by the age of ten.
Violin copy of joseph guarnerius made in germany going up no http://timothallencom. The son of Giuseppe Guarneri, Pietro Guarneri, –, made his best violins in his later years, following his uncle's pattern for the most part. The greatest violinmaker of the family was Giuseppe Guarneri, –, grandnephew of Andrea, called "del Gesù" because he signed his labels with a cross and the letters IHS.
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: Joseph Guarnerius, His Work and His Master [Andreas Gisalberti] (): Petherick, Horace: BooksFormat: Paperback. English: Identifier: josephguarnerius00peth_0 (find matches) Title: Joseph Guarnerius, his work and his master (Andreas Gisalberti) Year: Authors: Petherick, Horace Subjects: Guarneri, Giuseppe, Gisalberti, Andreas Publisher: London: "The Strad" Office (etc.) New York: C.
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Joseph Guarnerius, his work and his master [Andreas Gisalberti] Joseph Guarnerius, his work and his master [Andreas Gisalberti] by Petherick, Horace. Publication date Topics Guarneri, Giuseppe,Gisalberti, Andreas Publisher London: "The Strad" Office [etc.]; New York: C.
Scribner's SonsPages: Joseph Guarnerius, His Work and His Master [andreas Gisalberti] by Horace Petherick | Oct 9, Hardcover. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Petherick, Horace.
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Unfollow joseph guarnerius violin to stop getting updates on your eBay feed. The Strad Library XVII: Joseph Guarnerius, his work and his master () A number of sources   refer to a fourth book: The history of the Violin. This book was announced in a range of publications by Henry and Co.
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No violas are known. His work is overshadowed by that of other family members. Typical label: Joseph Guarnerius filius Andreae fecit Cremonae sub titulo S. Teresie, Pietro Guarneri, known as Peter Guarnerius of Venice (), was the older brother of Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu. He worked with his uncle Pietro in Mantua and then on.
Horace Petherick has 13 books on Goodreads with 54 ratings. Horace Petherick’s most popular book is The Repairing & Restoration of Violins 'The Strad' Li. Joseph Guarnerius fecit Cremonae anno Sign in to follow this. Followers 0. labels that i mostly agree with.
most violin books also address the issue of copied labels. and there is also the book on violin frauds and forgeries now in a new printing, although i forget the author's name.
i have a joseph guarnerius violin dated My grandfather has a violine with a label: Joseph Guarnerius fecit Cremonae anno (14 handwritten) and a IHS and a + above.
He doesnt have access to the internet thats why he asked me to post those 2 questions for him. Does anyone know how much this violine could be. Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu. The most illustrious member of this famous family of violin makers was Bartolomeo Giuseppe Guarneri(Cremona, Italy, ), the fifth and last member of the family, grandson of Andrea, son of Giuseppe Giovanni Battista.
He is more familiarly known as Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu.5/5(K). The Joseph Guarnerius Cremonae anno violin, made in Germany has an estimated value on the current market for an average of $1***-**-**** depending on the condition and where it is for sale at.
These will typically sell higher in an Antique Shop or Private sale compared to an auction.5/5(K). This violin is a remarkable copy of the great Italian master Petrus Guarnerius, a highly recommendable antique instrument that was built around s in the workshop of Hermann Dölling jr.
( - ) in Markneukirchen / Germany, who was employing the best luthiers from this area of violin making and thus internationally famous for his high.InGiuseppe was eighteen years old, and probably quite experienced in his father's craft.
It can be assumed that his hand is present in some degree to most of the work bearing Andrea's label from aroundas his father worked through old age to his final year ofwhen he died at the age of Born inAndreas Guarnerius' first instrument is labeled from When he was twelve years old!
At that time, he was apprenticing with and working for Nicolaus Amati. Andreas Guarnerius worked with Nicolaus Amati up until the year He then opened his own 'Guarnerius' workshop in Cremona.
The next year,his son Pietro was born.