Marynen, Jean (& Cie)

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Person (Male)

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  • Connected

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Life dates

Brussels, 1855 - Brussels - Forest, 1948

Activity

1886 - 1906 Bruxelles, Montagne aux Herbes Potagères, 22<87-89>, 33<88-91> then 39<91-06> or 37<02>
Predecessor: Denys Gustave & Cie (at n° 24) Successor: Cochaux Rodolphe (Maison) (at n° 39, 1904)
Jean Guillaume Edouard, ° 6.4.1855; + 29.2.1948. Workshop for photographic cabinet work. Already advertising at this address in May 1886. "Camera constructor, general supplies for photography. Oxygen in cylinders. Second-hand cameras. Free lessons for buyers" [Mertens, 1898]. Dry plates of all brands, general agency for Nys and Ohio plates, 1887. Supplied card mounts for CVs, 1886 - 1900. Patent of 15.5.1889 for "a small photographic spy camera". Marynen married Leonie Therese Isabelle De Bedts (° Courtrai, 4.5.1859), daughter of Courtrai photographer Auguste De Bedts (see that name), in Courtrai on 9.5.1883.
Founding president of the "Chambre des marchands de produits et fournitures générales pour la photographie", 1901. Member of the "Cercle Photographique d'Ixelles". Marynen left for Brussels - Saint-Josse on 13.12.1902, returned to Brussels, Rue de la Blanchisserie, 17 on 24.8.1904 (see below) before leaving for Brussels - Uccle on 13.7.1906. Although Rodolphe Cochaux took over the business at no. 39 in the course of 1904, it was still trading as "Maison Marynen" in December 1905, according to advertisements for cameras and magic lanterns on sale during the festive season, and even as late as 31.3.1906.
1891 - 1895 Ostende, Rampe Ouest du Kursaal, 2
Supplies for photography. Advertised in "La Saison d'Ostende" in July 1891.
1899 - 1906 Anvers, Place Teniers, 4<99-04>
Successor: Haesaerts Joseph (supplies); Frantz #; Buyle Ferdinand # (studio)
Branch. Joseph Haesaerts was initially the manager of the supply house before becoming his successor by April 1903. The firm appears to have continued trading as Marynen. No street number in 1906.
1900 - 1908 Gand, Rue de Flandre, 38 or 38-40
Successor: Duhot F.
Branch.
1902 - 1906 Bruxelles, Avenue du Boulevard, 29
Predecessor: Marynen & Wauters
Wholesale outlet.
1904 * - 1914 Bruxelles, Rue de la Blanchisserie, 17
Cameras and supplies for photographers. Moved to this address on 24.8.1904. "General agent for Impérial plates, Barnett papers, Van Bosch papers, Cook lenses, etc". Also Cyko paper of the Ansco Company, New York in 1912.
1911 Bruxelles, Rue du Damier, 38

Locations

1886 - 1906 Bruxelles, Montagne aux Herbes Potagères, 22<87-89>, 33<88-91> then 39<91-06> or 37<02>
1891 - 1895 Ostende, Rampe Ouest du Kursaal, 2
1899 - 1906 Anvers, Place Teniers, 4<99-04>
1900 - 1908 Gand, Rue de Flandre, 38 or 38-40
1902 - 1906 Bruxelles, Avenue du Boulevard, 29
1904 * - 1914 Bruxelles, Rue de la Blanchisserie, 17
1911 Bruxelles, Rue du Damier, 38

Exhibitions

Brussels, 1891.

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Bibliography/Webography

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Affiliations

Affiliated entity

Association belge de Photographie

Type of affiliation

Member of

Dates of affiliation

1887 - 1914

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#2957

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 23.4.2017, 17.10.2017, 1.5.2018, 9.11.2018; SFJ revised 29.11.2018, 22.1.2019, 18.7.2020, 6.9.2020 & 12.12.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; SFJ revised 20.4.2021 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 5.6.2020, 8.9.2020, 20.10.2020, 4.12.2020, 12.4.2021 & 6.12.2021

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