Buyle, Ferdinand

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Status

  • Professional / Connected

Details

Life dates

Roubaix [Nord, F], 1872 - Brussels - Watermael-Boitsfort, 1950

Activity

1893 ca Lokeren, Rue des Ecoles, 50
° 25.4.1872; + 21.6.1950. Elder brother of Gustave (see that name) and father of painter Robert Buyle (1895-1976).
1894 - 1896 Lokeren, Rue de l'Eglise
1895 - 1914 Saint-Nicolas-Waes, Rue de la Station
In 1913-1914 directories "Buyle", no street address.
1896 * Bruges, Rue Sud du Sablon, 21
Predecessor: Le Bon Louis Ferdinand
Requested authorisation on 24.12.1896 to hang a business sign "Artistic association Ferdinand Buyle, main studio in Saint-Nicolas".
1900 - 1920 > Anvers, Place de Meir, 6<00-13>, 117<05-10> or 129<11-20>
Predecessor: Deton - Cornand Eugène & Césarine #
Two studios must have been running concurrently at different ends of the Meir for several years. Still recorded at no. 129 in the 1937 population register.
1902 - 1909 / Bruxelles, Marché aux Herbes, 104
Enlargements and improvements. Co-existed with Anvers, Place de Meir, 117.
1903 - 1909 Anvers, Place Teniers, 4
Predecessor: Frantz [Ginckels] #
Branch. Requested a building permit at this address on 24.9.1901.
1909 * - 1914 > Bruxelles, Boulevard du Jardin Botanique, 48a<10-12>, 58<13> or 57a<14>
Announce the transfer of his studio from Marché aux Herbes, 104 to "Porte de Schaerbeek, corner of Boulevard Botanique" on 14.11.1909. "Main branch". Initial "A." in the 1910 Mertens directory. At this address "looking for young female apprentices" (undefined, 18.2.1910). Still operating at this address throughout the interwar years as one of the most exclusive portrait studios in Belgium.
1912 - 1914 Bruxelles, Rue du Marché aux Herbes, 62
Photograph dealer at this address.

Locations

1893 ca Lokeren, Rue des Ecoles, 50
1894 - 1896 Lokeren, Rue de l'Eglise
1895 - 1914 Saint-Nicolas-Waes, Rue de la Station
1896 * Bruges, Rue Sud du Sablon, 21
1900 - 1920 > Anvers, Place de Meir, 6<00-13>, 117<05-10> or 129<11-20>
1902 - 1909 / Bruxelles, Marché aux Herbes, 104
1903 - 1909 Anvers, Place Teniers, 4
1909 * - 1914 > Bruxelles, Boulevard du Jardin Botanique, 48a<10-12>, 58<13> or 57a<14>
1912 - 1914 Bruxelles, Rue du Marché aux Herbes, 62

Exhibitions

Brussels, 1910 (diploma of honour); Ghent, 1913 (portraits in heliogravure; diploma of honour).

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Management

Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#541

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 30.6.2017, 28.12.2017, 29.1.2018 & 3.2.2018, partly based on information supplied by Pool Andries; SFJ revised 5.3.2019 & 18.4.2019; MD revised 19.5.2020, 23.6.2020, 29.6.2020 & 8.9.2020; SFJ revised 4.10.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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