(1890 – 1960)
Born in 1890, Amédée Dieudonné learned violin making with Gustave Bazin, son of bow maker Charles Nicolas. He worked for the Darché firm in Brussels before settling in his ...Read More hometown of Mirecourt around 1920. Over the next 40 years he was extremely productive, building violins for himself and for numerous firms, including Rudolph Wurlitzer, Moennig, Blanchard, Laberte, Mangenot, and Millant. Some of these bear Dieudonné's label, which he often signed, while others simply bear workshop labels. His work shows good craftsmanship and is largely on classical Cremonese models, often bearing a striking orange-red varnish. Dieudonné worked steadily through 1950s and died in 1960.
- The auction record for this maker is $28,800 in Nov 2012, for a cello.
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