Antonio & Girolamo Amati, Cremona, 1611
Labeled, "Antonio et Hieronimus fr Cremonen Andreae fil 1611."
Length of back: 53.6 cm
Upper bouts: 25.1 cm
Middle bouts: 16.3 cm
Lower bouts: 31.1 cm
Notes:This instrument was originally a tenor viola, but was converted into a child's cello sometime prior to 1948. In 1988, the instrument was restored to its intial shape.
The Great Russian Collection, The Great Russian Collection, Moscow
On loan to the Museo del Violino, Cremona
|until 1920||Madame Popov|
|in 1948||Russian State Collection, Moscow|
- ROSIZO State Museum
- the Amatis' DNA: A Dynasty of Stringed Instrument Makers in Cremona, Fausto Cacciatori, Bruce Carlson & Carlo Chiesa, Consorzio Liutai Antonio Stradivari Cremona, Cremona (illustrated)
- The Great Russian Collection, Soglasie, Moscow (illustrated)