Cornand, Napoléon (& Cie)

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Alost, 1848 - Bruges, 1915

Activity

1890 - 1906 Gand, Rue de Flandre, 11b, 14<90> or 16<91-96>
Predecessor: Gonthier - Cornand Madame
Napoléon Marie, ° 29.2.1848; + 18.4.1915.
1898 * - 1918 / Bruges, Rue Sud du Sablon, 30<99-01> or 32<02-13>
Predecessor: Cornand [Napoléon] & Van Brée [Gustave]
Branch studio. Spelled "Cornaud" erroneously in the Monod directory. Cornand and his family moved to Bruges in 1893 when he set up a studio in partnership with Gustave Van Brée at this address (see entry for Cornand, [N.] & Van Brée, [G.]). Published picture postcards printed in Paris. Cornand's widow Leontine Boel (° Alost, 1859) closed the studio at the end of World War I and returned to Ghent.

Locations

1890 - 1906 Gand, Rue de Flandre, 11b, 14<90> or 16<91-96>
1898 * - 1918 / Bruges, Rue Sud du Sablon, 30<99-01> or 32<02-13>

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#815

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 19.9.2017, 29.1.2018 & 5.11.2018

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