Deton - Cornand [Deton, Eugène & Cornand, Césarine]

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Partnership

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  • Professional

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1885 * - 1914 / Charleroi, Rue de la Montagne, 42<91-00> then 44<01-14>
Predecessor: Cornand Césarine
Eugène Désiré Joseph Deton (° Couillet, 11.3.1862; + Charleroi, 16.3.1921), former bank clerk, and his wife Césarine Cornand (° Alost, 11.6.1854; + Charleroi, 16.3.1913). Married in Charleroi on 11.6.1885, they continued to run jointly the studio she had opened and which became one of the few multiple-branch studios in 19th century Belgium. "There is a lady photographer in Charleroi: Mme Deton - Cornand. When still single, she came and settled here, fifteen or sixteen years ago, and such is her courage that her portrait studio has become one of the busiest. She has trained several pupils, including her sisters-in-law the Misses Deton, now established in Mons" (Journal de Charleroi, 17.4.1899).
Branch studio also in Lille [F], 40, Rue Nationale, at least from 1896 until 1899, possibly run by her sister-in-law Laure Léonie Félicie Deton (° Couillet, 12.2.1864). She married François Mathé (° Lormes [Nièvre, F], 6.12.1871) in Lille [F] on 29.1.1894 when both bride and groom were recorded as photographers. The Charleroi studio was destroyed during the battle for Charleroi in August 1914 and Deton - Cornand temporarily relocated to another building in the same street, occupying it until Eugène Deton's death in 1921.
1890 - 1902 Anvers, Place de Meir, 6
Predecessor: Deton Léopold Successor: Buyle Ferdinand #
1895 - 1898 / Namur, Rue de Bruxelles, 20<95-98> or 22
Predecessor: Roman F. # Successor: Piron Joseph
According to Pierre-Paul Dupont, a studio operated in Namur as early as 1885 ca. In any case, Piron is believed to have been active at this address, perhaps as an operator, as early in 1894.
1896 - 1904 Mons, Grand Rue, 22
Predecessor: Deton Léopold Successor: Deton Jeanne
Branch studio run by sucessive members of the Deton family.

Locations

1885 * - 1914 / Charleroi, Rue de la Montagne, 42<91-00> then 44<01-14>
1890 - 1902 Anvers, Place de Meir, 6
1895 - 1898 / Namur, Rue de Bruxelles, 20<95-98> or 22
1896 - 1904 Mons, Grand Rue, 22

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Namur, 1896.

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#1458

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 19.9.2017, 2.12.2017, 6.11.2018 & 21.1.2019; MD revised 17.4.2020; SFJ revised 10.5.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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