Hansotte, Mr & Mme

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1874 Bruxelles, Rue Neuve (portrait studio)
Nicolas Auguste Léon Hansotte (° Liège, 3.2.1839; + Kortrijk, 16.9.1889) and Isabella Sarah Caroline Crespin (° London [GB], 7.7.1832). At the birth of their daughter (see entry for Madame Léon Clerbois) in Brussels - Ixelles in August 1859, he was described as a metal engraver and she as an artist-painter.
1874 - 1877 Bruxelles, Marché aux Herbes, 102
Photographic enamels, indicating a collaboration between Hansotte as a photographer and his wife as the colourist-retoucher. They were resident in Rue Montagne de la Cour, 82 in 1876, when Hansotte was recorded as a photographer, having previously been an engraver there. The couple left for Roubaix [Nord, F] on 27.9.1877. On the occasion of their daughter Anne Laure's wedding in Brussels in November 1880, Hansotte was described as a photographer and, together with his wife, domiciled in Brussels while living in Roubaix [Nord, F]. The studio operated in Roubaix, Rue du Pays, 4 (successor to Blin). They returned to Brussels - Saint-Josse on 11.11.1882. Hansotte was recorded as a "light painter" resident in Courtrai on his death certificate.

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1874 Bruxelles, Rue Neuve (portrait studio)
1874 - 1877 Bruxelles, Marché aux Herbes, 102

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Brussels, 1874.

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DIRECTORY_1997#2083

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SFJ revised 14.8.2019, partly based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 13.5.2020, 17.2.2021 & 14.4.2021; SFJ revised 28.5.2021 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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