Eugenio Degani is said to be the founder of the modern Venetian school of violin making. After training with his father Domenico, he briefly established his own workshop in Montagnana in 1867 before moving to Venice in the following year. His instruments show precise craftsmanship with personal style, although he occasionally ...Read More copied makers such as Stradivari, Guarneri and Montagnana. His elongated, deeply carved scrolls are particularly characteristic, and some violins from his Montagnana period have double purfling. His son Giulio followed him in the tradition and assisted him.
- The auction record for this maker is $66,000 in May 2013, for a violin. - 146 auction price results.