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Violin SOLD RECOMMENDED

Giuseppe CASTAGNINO

Chiavari / Italy
1949
Modern Italian

Giuseppe CASTAGNINO

Chiavari / Italy
1949
Modern Italian

Size:
4/4
Price:
¥5,500,000

Price includes consumption tax in Japan (10%)

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Model:
Del Gesu model
Certificate:
Dmitry Gindin
Features:

An Undiscovered and Exquisite Instrument from “Modern Genovese School” with Fiorini’s Lineage Giuseppe Castagnino (1883-1966) trained in Munich under Giuseppe Fiorini (1861-1934), a master in the modern Bolognese school. Parallels can be drawn with Ansaldo Poggi, the greatest authority in the modern Italian school, who were also inspired and trained by Fiorini in Zurich, and the two share common traits in their production styles. This violin was made in 1949 and in the style of “Guarneri model*”, which was Castagnino’s preferred style. The flat arch is somewhat reminiscent of Poggi’s work, and it is finished with a slightly hard golden-brown varnish. Its strong and direct sound makes a perfect soloists’ violin, and an undiscovered masterpiece from the modern Genovese school.

*: It is thought to be influenced by Cesare Candi, who was also a part of the modern Bolognese/Genovese school and was in charge of Paganini’s Cannon Del Gesu of the City of Genoa.

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Body Length:
354mm
Upper Bouts:
162mm
Middle Bouts:
115mm
Lower Bouts:
206mm