Cogels, Henri

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Person (Male)

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  • Amateur

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Life dates

Antwerp, 1849 - Antwerp, 1932

Activity

1888 - 1914 Anvers
Jean Baptiste Henri Joseph Marie, ° 31.3.1849; + 3.4.1932. Person of independent means; son of John Cogels (1814-1885), landowner, property developer and politician. A set of 12 half-plate portraits of Congolese participating in the 1894 Antwerp universal exhibition is housed in the MAS - Museum aan de Stroom, Antwerp. Cogels’ passion was yachting; his yacht, the "Express", a model of which was displayed at the same exhibition, was described as "one of the largest and fastest vessels in our pleasure fleet" (Gazet van Antwerpen, 15.6.1894). Cogels was also a member of the sports committee of the "Royal Automobile Club Anversois" in 1899.

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1888 - 1914 Anvers

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Association belge de Photographie

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Member of

Dates of affiliation

1888 - 1914

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DIRECTORY_1997#753

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 28.7.2017 & 9.4.2019 based on information supplied by Michiel Demaeght; revised 7.9.2019; SFJ revised 3.2.2023 partly based on information supplied by Tamara Berghmans

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