Langerock, Henri

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Ghent, 1830 - Paris [F], 1915

Activity

1869 - 1878 Paris [F], Boulevard des Italiens, 29
Henri Charles, ° 29.1.1830. Landscape painter. After studying at the academy in Ghent, he moved to France, initially to Lyon in 1861, then lived in Marseille, 1864-1869, before settling in Paris. He painted in the forest of Fontainebleau in the style of the Barbizon school. He was also a photographer, first as partner and then successor to Numa-Blanc at Boulevard des Italiens 29 in about 1870. His work included a series of double-plate photographs documenting the ruins of Paris in 1871. He seems to have abandoned photography around 1878.

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1869 - 1878 Paris [F], Boulevard des Italiens, 29

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Bibliography/Webography

ZEEBROECK-HOLLEMANS, Jany. "Langerock Henri", Le Dictionnaire des peintres belges du XIVe siècle à nos jours. La Renaissance du Livre, t. 2, 1994, p. 618.

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DIRECTORY_1997#2578

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 24.1.2017 & 3.12.2018

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