Delehaye, [Jos.] & Sluyts, [Jean-Baptiste]

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  • Professional

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1855 - 1863 / Anvers, Rue de la Station, 31
Successor: Calphas Athanasios (Rue Leys)
Sometimes written "Delahaye". Photoxylographic process in 1855. Photo-reportages, including conflagration at Place de Meir, Antwerp, 1857, and the disaster in the 'Entrepôt Royal d'Anvers' (storage yard), 1857. Reproductions of old paintings. Sluyts (see that name)  arrived in Antwerp on 21.8.1855 from Brussels - Saint-Josse. He moved to the above address on 23.6.1856 and stayed until 8.8.1863. Delehaye’s private address: Rue du Couvent, 125 until 1859, then Borgerhout (see relevant entry).
1862 * - 1867 ca / Anvers, Place de Meir, 27
Successor: Sluyts J.
Already listed at this address in the 1862 directory, but Sluyts remained at Rue de la Station, 31 until 1863. Sluyts arrived on 8.8.1863 and left on 20.10.1869, but appears to have continued to run the studio on his own for several years afterwards. CV in the name of Sluyts alone from c. 1867. On CV, "Medals from Brussels and Amsterdam".

Locations

1855 - 1863 / Anvers, Rue de la Station, 31
1862 * - 1867 ca / Anvers, Place de Meir, 27

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Brussels, 1856; Brussels, 1857; Amsterdam, 1858.

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DIRECTORY_1997#1203

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 15.11.2017

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