Antonio Zanotti


Violin maker
(1695 – 1734)

What little information that exists about 18th-century Mantuan maker Antonio Zanotti suggests he may have been the teacher of Camillo Camilli, whose work closely resembles his and with whom he had a brief 'non-compete' agreement from 1731–32.

Zanotti was born in Lombardy and had moved to Mantua by 1724, but nothing ...Read More about his training is known and his instruments are rare, the first surviving one dated 1726. Read Less


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $112,878 in Mar 2008, for a violin.
- 7 auction price results.

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