Hennebert, Victor

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Brussels, 1877 - ?, ?

Activity

1902 * - 1904 / Bruxelles, Boulevard du Nord, 74
Predecessor: Smeesters François  Successor: Charels #
° 11.1.1877. Arrived on 2.1.1902. Previously he had lived at Rue de la Pépinière, 37, then no. 6 from 8.3.1901. Probably he was an employee or partner of F. Smeesters at this address before becoming his successor.
1904 * - 1912 Bruxelles - Ixelles, Rue du Trône, 115
His portraits of Victor Gilsoul, Fernand Khnopff, and G.S. Van Strydonck in their respective studios were exhibited at the Ostend "Salon des Beaux-Arts" in 1906. The population registry indicates that he lived at this address until 15.2.1909.
1905 Bruxelles - Ixelles, Rue Souveraine, 90
1911 Bruxelles, Rue des Grands Carmes, 8
1912 - 1914 Bruxelles, Place Sainte-Gudule, 19
During the interwar period, Hennebert styled himself "Photographer Reporter" and, as president of the "Association des reporters photographes en Belgique", helped to organise the first exhibition of press photography in Belgium in 1932. At that time he was operating in Brussels at Rue de la Madeleine, 71. His archives were destroyed in the 1950s.

Locations

1902 * - 1904 / Bruxelles, Boulevard du Nord, 74
1904 * - 1912 Bruxelles - Ixelles, Rue du Trône, 115
1905 Bruxelles - Ixelles, Rue Souveraine, 90
1911 Bruxelles, Rue des Grands Carmes, 8
1912 - 1914 Bruxelles, Place Sainte-Gudule, 19

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DIRECTORY_1997#2129

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 31.1.2018 & 7.2.2018, partly based on information supplied by Pool Andries.

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