Nicolas Auguste Eugène Maline
(1855 – c. after 1917)
Served apprenticeship with his father, Nicolas I, and assisted him from 1870. His early bows are close to his father's and are stamped 'Maline'. He took over the family firm after his father's death in 1877, running it alongside his uncle Jean Joseph and cousin Francois Alexandre.
Maline's later work shows the influence of Bazin. From 1906, after a period of little or no production, he ...Read More made bows branded 'Pierre Maline' for his cousin Cuniot-Hury. He moved to Paris, but it is not known what happened to him after 1917.
- The auction record for this maker is $4,025 in May 2003, for a violin.
- 1 auction price results.
View all auction prices for Nicolas Auguste Eugène Maline