All the work shown in the Gallery is made by
James Robinson (except the dog's violin)!
one of my 'bench copies of a CA Testore violin
Two images of a not-yet-setup violin I made. Guarneri model.
A 1976 edition, a cover of The Strad Magazine with three images of a violin I made at the London firm Ealing Strings. It is an Alard Strad model. This violin won an award in the U.K. for craftsmanship.
An image of some of my uncompleted work layed out on a table in my shop (Adelaide).
Two views of a cello I made with Quilted Maple back and sides. The wood is from Canada. The model is Rugeri.
A partially completed frog I made in Boston.
Image taken of one of my violins in-the-white.
Books were written by my two violin-making teachers in Cremona, Italy, F. Bissoolotti and G.B. Morassi.
This instrument I made, pictured above unfinished, is my design for a 9-string 'Australian Violet'. It won an award at the Woodwork magazine competition.
This tailpiece I made from Australian wood will go on the above 9-string 'Australian Violet'.
This violin I made is in a reproduction style and is modeled after Guarneri.
This violin I made is modeled after Guarneri.
This cello I made is modeled after Rugeri.
This 16" viola I made, is modeled after E. Hill of W.E.Hill & Sons, London. It won a Silver Medal for sound at a VSA competition in the U.S.
Three images of a violin I made, modeled after Guarneri.
The dog's violin. Leaving his marks for others to ponder about in the future.