Baillieu d'Avrincourt, Charles

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Lille [F], 1827 - Lille [F], 1895

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1856 Bruxelles
Charles Cyrille, ° 2.10.1827; + 15.3.1895. French aristocrat and calotypist active between 1853 and 1856. Signed topographical studies were acquired by George Eastman House in 1950 alongside paper negatives and unsigned salt paper prints. Amongst the latter are five views of the structures erected for King Leopold I's silver jubilee celebrations In Brussels in July 1856, harbour views along the Koolvliet, Antwerp and of the Meuse at Dinant.

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1856 Bruxelles

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DIRECTORY_2017#0430

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SFJ new 11.12.2017, based on information supplied by Dr Heather Shannon, Associate Curator, Department of Photography, George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York, USA.

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