Corbassière, Christian Louis

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Paris, 1843 - ?, ?

Activity

1878 - 1880 Liège, Rue du Pont-d'Ile, 4
° 14.5.1843. Recorded in the Liège population registry as a clerk aged 30 in March 1874. He then became a printer-lithographer and photographer. "Corbassière N." in the directories from 1878 until 1880. Employed by Gustave Straus, Joseph’s second son see that name).
1879 - 1880 Liège, Boulevard d'Avroy, 42
On 31.12.1880, jointly with the French photographer Alphonse Liébert (1827 - 1914), Louis Corbassière, known as Christian, applied for a patent to import "a new photographic and graphic printing system, known as the Christian process". Returned to France around 1880: Paris, Rue de Grammont, 30 (entrance Boulevard des Italiens, 15) in 1880; branch studio in Le Havre, 1881; Paris, rue des Saints-Pères, 1890 ca.

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1878 - 1880 Liège, Rue du Pont-d'Ile, 4
1879 - 1880 Liège, Boulevard d'Avroy, 42

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DIRECTORY_1997#807

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 21.7.2017 & 5.4.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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