Appears to be of Venetian origin, but also worked in Brescia in the period 1735–40. Few examples survive but his Brescian work is refined and skilful with distinctive similarities to Rogeri and Pasta, mixing early Brescian and later Rogeri styles. He may have had some contact with Pietro Giacomo Rogeri.
Full arch, in the Brescian manner but more bloated. Fine orange-brown varnish. Printed ...Read More label: Petrus Paulus De Vitor / Venetus fecit Brixiae 1740
- The auction record for this maker is $68,832 in Oct 2010, for a violin. - 1 auction price results.