Lemaire, L.

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  • Professional

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1839 */ Gand, Hôtel de Vienne
Merchant and broker. He lived in Paris, Rue du Petit Carreau, 1. He offered for sale "daguerreotypes" [cameras] that he had modified and simplified. "Arriving from Lille", he was the first itinerant daguerreotypist in Belgium. He took a view of the Marché aux Grains in Ghent from the side of Hôtel des Pays-Bas. Public demonstrations of the daguerreotype camera on 26.10.1839 (Korenmarkt) and on 3 and 4.11.1839 (Hôtel de l'Octroi, Marché aux Grains) in Ghent.
1839 */ Anvers, Hôtel des Pays-Bas
A public demonstration was scheduled to take place in Antwerp on 6.11.1839, but the room was refused to him by the local authority because he wanted to collect an entrance fee. Demonstrations in The Hague [NL] on 21.11.1839.

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1839 */ Gand, Hôtel de Vienne
1839 */ Anvers, Hôtel Des Pays-Bas

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DIRECTORY_1997#2701

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 27.4.2018

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