Giuseppe Guadagnini, son of celebrated violin maker Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, trained with and assisted his father in Parma and Turin in the 1760s-70s before finding his way as an independent maker. Like his father, he traveled widely for his work, including to Pavia, Como, and Milan. Of the violin making sons of G.B. Guadagnini, ...Read More he appears to have been the most prolific, though his father's influence on his style did not necessarily extend to his craftsmanship or general level of skill.
- The auction record for this maker is $146,832 in Oct 2016, for a violin. - 27 auction price results.