Corbassière, Louis

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

  • Maison Straus (at Rue du Pont-d'Ile)

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Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Paris, 1843 - ?, ?

Activity

1877 - 1879 / Liège, Rue du Pont-d'Ile, 4
Predecessor: Barras Victor Successor: Goldstein S. #
Christian Louis, ° 14.5.1843. May have arrived in Belgium in 1866. 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 1877 until 1880. Employed by Gustave Straus, Joseph’s second son (see that name) at this address from 1877 (and possibly as early as September 1875) until late 1879. He returned to France in early January 1880 in the wake of bankruptcy and a forced sale of the contents of his studio on Boulevard d'Avroy.
1879 / Liège, Boulevard d'Avroy, 12
Successor: Gonthier - Cornand Madame (in her own name)
On his return to France, Corbassière operated in Paris, Rue de Grammont, 30 (entrance Boulevard des Italiens, 15) in 1880; branch studio in Le Havre, 1881; Paris, rue des Saints-Pères, in late 1881. 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". Corbassière went bankupt again and his studio in rue de Grammont was put up for judicial sale on 7.12.1881.

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1877 - 1879 / Liège, Rue du Pont-d'Ile, 4
1879 / Liège, Boulevard d'Avroy, 12

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#807

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 21.7.2017; SFJ revised 5.4.2019 & 26.4.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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