Biskeborn, Charles

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Aschersleben [Saxony-Anhalt, D], c. 1837 - Berlin [D], 1902

Activity

1868 Ypres, Rue de l'Etoile
Charles / Karl, + 2.4.1902. Took a series of 19 views of Ypres and its monuments, some in the collections of the municipal museum. During a stay lasting until at least November 1868, Biskeborn played an active part in community life.
CV dated 6.7.1868 with an address in Vienna; CV 1870 ca: 9, Rue d'Esquermoise (corner of Grand Place), Lille [F]. Note that Lucien Frobert (see that name) also occupied this studio in the 1870s. Biskeborn then moved on to the south coast of England where he was recorded as a studio photographer in Chatham in 1871 and 1875 then in Southsea later in the 1870s where a CV states “Photographic artist from Vienna”.
Biskeborn returned briefly to Belgium where he was recorded as a photographer aged 48 living in Liège, Boulevard d’Avroy, 18 on the occasion of the birth of a son on 19.7.1885. Other children were born when he was operating in Turin [I] on 8.5.1887 and in Nice [F] on 14.4.1890.

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1868 Ypres, Rue de l'Etoile

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#263

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 1.10.2018 based on information supplied by Jan De Wilde; revised 4.7.2019, 20.7.2019 & 6.8.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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