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  1. romberg flat

    Mysterious violin - French or Cromonese

    LOL, but this is one more prove how certificates could be wrong After all what to say? While one was fiddling, another was scoring. Respect to both, CHAPEAU to the winner.
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    Mysterious violin - French or Cromonese

    Fake! Where did you see that? On eBay? Did you not yet learn not to trust eBay?
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    Mysterious violin - French or Cromonese

    Such provocation does not deserve the answer.
  4. Before last Wednesday it seemed that this violin was English, but it turned out to be CROmonese. Hopefully that after next Sunday will not show that it is actually French.
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    Green Violin

    Sold for 30.000 euro. Violin 100, green color with signature 29.900.
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    Green Violin

    You better check once again before bidding...might be surprised.
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    Green Violin

    You welcome. I suppose that Beuys would prefer a term sculpture more than installation. Each Green Violin from the edition of 24 identical pieces, executed in 1974, stands as a sculpture itself, according to his concept of multiples ("... a new form of edited artwork that expanded the horizons of reproductive art-making"). That what you called "tin cans and string" is a different sculpture named Telephone T___R, from the edition of 24, executed also in 1974. There is a lot of interesting stuff about Beuys on Google or literature, no matter if one likes him or not.
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    Green Violin

    About coffee, I think, it is the same as about Modern art; one enjoyes in it (drink it) or not... About Green Violin, one can see something here: https://www.moma.org/collection/works/100550 or here: https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/joseph-beuys-1921-1986-green-violin-grune-5437360-details.aspx About Fluxus Movement, there is something here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluxus About Joseph Beuys, a lot is written, but for start there is, of course again, a Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Beuys One can drink a coffee as black coffee, espresso, cappuccino, caffe latte, kleine braune, Turkish coffee, Irish coffee... or one can drink tea. Depends of one's preferences.
  9. romberg flat

    Stradivari's secret was a concept?

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    Paganini's violins: Where are they now?

    Martin, did you ride the same Fiat 500 as then in Hungary?
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    Craig Tucker, in rememberence.

    One and only X-TREME BOTHER has left. His openness and desire to see the world of violin through a wider, artistic prism and passion with which he opened new topics and participated in all the discussions, can not be replaced by anyone.
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    French violin mislabeled

    That was the guy running the carwash!! I must admit I was a bit confused, but it was a very hot day ... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Martin, this is a special outfit for washing Fiat 500, usual in every Croatian car wash. Only looks dangerous, but it isn't.
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    French violin mislabeled

    Can't believe, Zagreb is a nice peaceful city. Were you dressed like this, maybe?
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    Caption this...

    No, I didn't know that song. Actually Turbofolk isn't my cup of tea, so let my comment be one more quote: "There are strings in the human heart that had better not be vibrated." (Ch. Dickens)
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    Caption this...

    Don't forget also a literature: “A woman's body is like a violin and all, and that it takes a terrific musician to play it right” (Catcher in the Rye, J.D.Saliger)