Bernard Ouchard


Bow maker
(1925 – 1979)

Son of Emile Auguste Ouchard and began making at 13. At the end of 1941 he moved to Paris with his father. At this time he adopted the Hill-style underslide that his father so often used. Fought in WWII and in 1949 joined the Vidoudez firm in Geneva, Switzerland, on the recommendation of Lapierre. Worked there until 1971, at which time he became professor of bow making at the Ecole de lutherie in ...Read More Mirecourt. From this time he gave up the Hill-style underside and branded his bows, "OUCHARD." He was of fundamental importance for the revival of French bow making, producing bows of fine quality. Read Less


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $12,870 in May 2008, for a violin bow.
- 59 auction price results.

View all auction prices for Bernard Ouchard

Welcome


You already have a Tarisio account. Please login to continue.

Forgot Password

Sorry, that email and/or password is incorrect, please try again.

Homepage

Welcome


Please register or ​to continue.

Please enter a valid email address.

Homepage

Welcome


Please register or ​to continue.

We have sent you an email.
Please follow the link to confirm your registration.

Homepage