Amati, Hieronymus

Amati, Hieronymus
   , Son of Nicholas, born 1649, said to be the last of the Amati family. A violin of his is mentioned, dated 1672.

Violins and Violin Makers Biographical Dictionary of the Great Italian Artistes, their Followers and Imitators, to the present time. With Essays on Important Subjects Connected with the Violin. — London, LONGMAN AND CO., PATERNOSTER ROW.. . 1866.

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  • Amati — is the name of a family of Italian violin makers, who flourished at Cremona from about 1549 to 1740.Family membersAndrea AmatiAndrea Amati (ca. 1505 ndash; ca. 1578) was the earliest maker of violins whose instruments still survive today. Indeed… …   Wikipedia

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  • Amati family — Family of Italian violin makers in Cremona in the 16th and 17th centuries. Andrea (с 1520–с 1578) set the form of the modern violin. His two sons Antonio (с 1550–1638) and Girolamo (1561–1630) worked together and were known as the brothers Amati …   Universalium

  • Amati, Nicholas —    1) , brother of the above, celebrated for his Basses.    2) , son of Andreas.    3) , born 1596, died 1684, son of Hieronymus. This was the greatest maker of the family …   Violins and Violin Makers. Biographical Dictionary

  • Amati, Antonius and Hieronymus —    Sons of Andreas, 1550 to 1634, first made together and afterwards separately …   Violins and Violin Makers. Biographical Dictionary

  • The Amati Family —    Cremona! Who has not heard of this now celebrated Italian city? And yet but for a fiddle maker it is very probable indeed that it would never have been known beyond the circle of its own local interests and its relations with neighbouring… …   Violins and Violin Makers. Biographical Dictionary

  • Nicolò Amati — Niccolò Amati (3 December 1596 – 12 April 1684) was an Italian luthier from Cremona. Biography Nicolò Amati was the fifth son of Girolamo Amati and the grandson of Andrea Amati, the founder of the Amati Family of violin makers. Of all the… …   Wikipedia

  • Liste der Biografien/Am — Biografien: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Why are certain violins of more value than others? —    In considering this question, several difficulties present themselves to the inquirer. We are all aware of the infinite diversity of tastes in the first instance, and in the next, accurate judgment is a matter which depends on the union of so… …   Violins and Violin Makers. Biographical Dictionary

  • 16th century — Sculpture title = David artist = Michelangelo year = 1515 type = Carrara Marble city = Florence museum = Galleria dell AccademiaInfobox Painting| image size=230px title=Mona Lisa other language 1=Italian other title 1=La Gioconda other language 2 …   Wikipedia

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