Plumier, [A.] & Weitelsbach, [Félix]

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1844 * - 1845 / Liège, Place de la Comédie, 19
[= Place du Spectacle = Place de la République française] Opened in March 1844 on the premises of the gunsmith Etienne Lassence in a glass studio. Worked from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. light permitting. In the summer, every day "in all weathers, and preferably under a cloudy and even rainy sky". (Michel -) Félix Weitelsbach (° Paris, 1826 ca), commercial traveller, was the partner of Alphonse Plumier from January 1844 until October 1845. According to the population registry, he was an artist-painter and arrived in Liège in February 1844. "Wittelbach" according to the "Musée de la vie wallonne".

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1844 * - 1845 / Liège, Place de la Comédie, 19

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DIRECTORY_1997#3461

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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