Delanoy

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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1847 */ Ath
French itinerant daguerreotypist. Probably Eugène Delannoy, operating in Paris, Faubourg Saint-Martin, 8<49-63> then 6<64>; Rue Saint-Denis, 380<65-71>. The Getty Museum possesses a framed Daguerreotype of the 1840s bearing the backmark "C. [possibly G.] Delanoy, portrait painter".
1847 */ Mons, Rue des Capucins, 54
Stay in May 1847 (Gazette de Mons, 18-19.5.1847).
1847 */ Bruges, Rue Traversière, 29
Stay in September 1847: "M. Delanoy, photographist from Paris [...] in ground floor premises most suited to obtaining the finest results. His reproductions can be seen at M. Buffa’s studio, Rue Philipstock, and on M. Molhant’s premises, Rue des Pierres, no. 2" (L'Impartial de Bruges, 18.9.1847).

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1847 */ Ath
1847 */ Mons, Rue des Capucins, 54
1847 */ Bruges, Rue Traversière, 29

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DIRECTORY_1997#1184

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 2.12.2018

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