"A very rare example of the work of Hans Krouchdaler (Bern, Switzerland, ca. 1700), who, although residing in Bern, can be thought of as being a representative of the Alemanisch School. He was a pupil of perhaps the most significant luthier of this school, Joseph Meyer, from Pfaffenhausen, Germany."

"A very rare example of the work of Hans Krouchdaler (Bern, Switzerland, ca. 1700), who, although residing in Bern, can be thought of as being a representative of the Alemanisch School. He was a pupil of perhaps the most significant luthier of this school, Joseph Meyer, from Pfaffenhausen, Germany."

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ Bees on Apple Blossom, 1946 | Adam Bunsch (1896-1969)

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ Bees on Apple Blossom, 1946 | Adam Bunsch (1896-1969)

Intricately carved 17th century (c. 1665) so called 'King James' by Ralph Agutter, British Royal Family violin, on display in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London

Intricately carved 17th century (c. 1665) so called 'King James' by Ralph Agutter, British Royal Family violin, on display in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London

Koitu Tuchiya, Floating Pavillion of Katada in Snow  (1934) color woodcut on paper The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Koitu Tuchiya, Floating Pavillion of Katada in Snow (1934) color woodcut on paper The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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