Delechaux, Constant

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Paris [F], 1848 - ?, ?

Activity

1863 Bruxelles, Rue Saint-Jean, 17 (private)
Constant Charles Frédéric, ° 16 or 17.1.1848. Photographer's apprentice. He arrived in Brussels on 7.9.1863, coming from Paris, Rue Durantin, 3. Subsequently lived in Brussels - Saint-Josse from where he moved to Antwerp, where he was registered as a "photographer for Van den Bemden" on 8.2.1867.
1866 - 1868 Ostende, Rue de la Chapelle, 105
Operator for Daveluy at this address from June 1866 until at least May 1868 with an interruption in 1867 when Ludovico Wolgang Hart (see that name) was active here. "Delechaux, from the school of Mr [Auguste] Muriel, photographer of the Emperor" (L'Echo d'Ostende, 20.6.1866); "Award at the "Exposition Universelle", Paris 1867" (L'Echo d'Ostende, 7.5.1868).

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1863 Bruxelles, Rue Saint-Jean, 17 (private)
1866 - 1868 Ostende, Rue de la Chapelle, 105

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DIRECTORY_1997#1200

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 21.1.2019 & 6.10.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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