Froment, Victor

Identity

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Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

  • Photographie Parisienne (at Rue Fossé aux Loups)

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Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Brussels, 1842 - ?, ?

Activity

1876 - 1882 / Tournai, Rue As Poids, 54 or 45<80-82>
Predecessor: Rosset Louis Successor: Legrand (- Arissé) Isidore
° 7.7.1842. Formerly a commercial traveller. "Froment J. or A." in the directories. Studio at no. 54 on CV backs whereas recorded at no. 45 in the directories. Verso of prints often featured the Froment family's French coat-of-arms, dating from the Napoleonic era, which incorporated two ears of wheat ("froment"). According to an advertisement by Carlier in 1905, he had acquired Froment’s negatives.
1884 * - 1900 / Bruxelles, Rue Fossé aux Loups,18(a)<85-90> then 22
Predecessor: Delabarre Albert Successor: Sannier Jules
Arrived from Tournai on 9.11.1882. Employee of Louis-Albert Delabarre since his arrival in Brussels until becoming his successor in 1884. Series of 31 half plate prints "Etterbeek religieux et charitable", 1897 recording the commune's religious architecture. Left for Bruges on 2.7.1900.

Locations

1876 - 1882 / Tournai, Rue As Poids, 54 or 45<80-82>
1884 * - 1900 / Bruxelles, Rue Fossé aux Loups,18(a)<85-90> then 22

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#1759

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 24.1.2018, 13.12.2018 & 15.5.2020; MD revised 12.5.2020

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