Brainich, Carl

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Wageningen [NL], 1873 - ?, ?

Activity

1906 ca Bruxelles - Etterbeek, Avenue des Celtes, 59
Carl Heinrich Ernst Brainich von Brainich-Felth, ° 31.7.1873. A second-generation photographer, his father Carl Heinrich Emil (1834 - 1909) ran the partnership of C. Brainich & E. Leusink in Arnhem [NL]. The younger Brainich operated the Nijmegen [NL] branch of the family business from 1895 until his departure for Brussels in 1906.
1911 - 1914 > Bruxelles - Etterbeek, Place Saint-Pierre, 26
Building constructed for Brainich in 1911, consisting of a ground-floor business space and upstairs living quarters. The architect and decorator Paul Cauchie (1875 - 1952), who lived nearby, provided decorative elements in sgraffito to the façade, including an inscription "Photographie" in art-nouveau capital letters that is no longer extant.

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1906 ca Bruxelles - Etterbeek, Avenue des Celtes, 59
1911 - 1914 > Bruxelles - Etterbeek, Place Saint-Pierre, 26

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#430

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 27.6.2017; MD revised 12.11.2020 & 13.11.2020

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