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Day 48 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: Construction of a cello in the Atelier of Isabelle Wilbaux, Rue Fairmount, Montreal

Isabelle Wilbaux is a luthier who has been making violins for 15 years. With a diploma from the International Lutherie School of Cremona, Isabelle has won a number of prizes and her craftsmanship is highly renowned. We met Isabelle on the street near her atelier, and she was kind enough to invite us in to photograph her and her colleagues at work. This cello is taking form after approximately one month of work and loving attention.

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1 Response to “Day 48 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: Construction of a cello in the Atelier of Isabelle Wilbaux, Rue Fairmount, Montreal”


  1. December 12, 2008 at 8:03 pm

    Hello!
    Thank you for those beautiful pictures. When are you free to take a drink togheter at the workshop?
    Please call us soon.
    Isabelle


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