Quéquin, Emile

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

  • Photographie Artistique (in Rue des Capucins)

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Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Mons, 1852 - ?, ?

Activity

1878 - 1901 / Mons, Grand Rue, 76<79-82>, 41bis<85-88>, 63 then 68<95-01>
° 13.5.1852. Main studio in Valenciennes [F], Place d'Armes, 3 from c. 1883 to 1886. This studio was operated latterly in partnership with A. Moreau although there are also CVs bearing Quéquin's name alone.
1878 - 1886 ca Leuze, Rue Tour Saint-Pierre, 10
Branch studio. Coincided with the main branch in Valenciennes and the branches in Binche and Rue des Capucins in Mons.
1882 ca - 1887 ca Binche, Rue Neuve de la Station, 50
Predecessor: Durdik Jean Baptiste #
Branch studio. "Greatly reduced prices: 12 ordinary portraits for 7 francs instead of 12 francs; 12 enamelled portraits for 12 francs instead of 20 francs; 1 large portrait for 20 francs instead of 32 francs (Binche Libéral, 10.12.1885).
1885 - 1902 ca Mons, Rue des Capucins, 7
1902 - 1903 Mons, Avenue de Jemappes, 26
1904 - 1913 Mons, Digue de Cuesmes, 132

Locations

1878 - 1901 / Mons, Grand Rue, 76<79-82>, 41bis<85-88>, 63 then 68<95-01>
1878 - 1886 ca Leuze, Rue Tour Saint-Pierre, 10
1882 ca - 1887 ca Binche, Rue Neuve de la Station, 50
1885 - 1902 ca Mons, Rue des Capucins, 7
1902 - 1903 Mons, Avenue de Jemappes, 26
1904 - 1913 Mons, Digue de Cuesmes, 132

Exhibitions

Ghent, 1880.

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#3526

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 24.9.2017, 6.5.2018, 17.5.2018, 27.11.2018 & 3.12.2018; SFJ revised 24.2.2019 & 14.5.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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