Instrument

  • ID: 3102
  • Type: violin
  • Maker: Antonio Stradivari
  • Year built: 1728
  • City: Cremona
  • Name: Artot, Alard
 
Label: original
Back: Two-piece
Body Length: 35.6 cm.
Upper Bout: 16.6 cm.
Center Bout: 10.8 cm.
Lower Bout: 20.55 cm.

Photos

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  • front, back & side
  • front
  • back
  • scroll
  • f-hole

Iconography Index

"2007 Calendar", The Strad, October, 2006, 2006: Color photos (front & back).

36 Famous Italian Violins, Alex Wasinski, Herman Gordon, New York, 1975: Color photos (front & back).

Antonius Stradivarius (volumes I-IV), Jost Thöne & Jan Röhrmann (editors), photos by Jan Röhrmann, instrument descriptions by Alessandra Barabaschi, Jost Thöne Verlag, Cologne, 2010: Color photos (front, back, side, scroll & detail of C-bout & f-hole). Order

The Jacques Français Rare Violins, Inc. Photographic Archive and Business Records, 1844-1998, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Box 43: Black-and-white photos (front, back & side).

Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari 1644-1737, Herbert K. Goodkind, Larchmont, New York, 1972: Black-and-white photos (front, back & side).

W. E. Hill & Sons Photographic Archive: Black-and-white photos (H56 - front, back, scroll & f-hole).


Provenance

Owner Owned From Owned In Owned Till Price paid
Endre Balogh          
Olga Balogh   1979       
David Sackson    1975  1979  For members only 
...         
J. M. Hudig (Rotterdam)  1920       
Hakkert (Amsterdam)  1918    1920   
Charles F. Edler (Frankfurt)    1905  1918   
...         
Dufresne (Logelbach)  1903       
...         
Madame Boiss (Paris)    1878     
Massard (Beaumont)         
Delphin Alard          
...         

Current owner Current owner
Indicates that the owner is or was also a musician Indicates that the owner is or was also a musician

Players

Name Played From Played In Played To
Endre Balogh        
...       

Current player Current player
Indicates that the musician is or was also an owner of one or more instruments. Indicates that the musician is or was also an owner of one or more instruments

Certificates

Certificate: Caressa & Francais, Paris, March 15, 1905

References

36 Famous Italian Violins, Alex Wasinski, Herman Gordon, New York, 1975.

Antonius Stradivarius (volumes I-IV), Jost Thöne & Jan Röhrmann (editors), photos by Jan Röhrmann, instrument descriptions by Alessandra Barabaschi, Jost Thöne Verlag, Cologne, 2010. Order

Caressa & Francais Notebook (c1900 - 1936), part of the Jacques Francais Collection at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C..

Stradivarius-Guarnerius del Gesù: Catalogue descriptif de leurs instruments (Facsimile of Gand's notes from 1870-91), Charles-Eugène Gand, Les Amis de la Musique, Spa, 1994.

The Jacques Français Rare Violins, Inc. Photographic Archive and Business Records, 1844-1998, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Box 43.

Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari 1644-1737, Herbert K. Goodkind, Larchmont, New York, 1972.

W. E. Hill & Sons Photographic Archive.

"2007 Calendar", The Strad, October, 2006, 2006.

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