Roose, Charles

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Ghent, 1832 - Ghent - Ledeberg, 1892

Activity

1856 - 1878 Gand, Rue de l'Agneau, 3
Charles Louis Gérard, ° 9.4.1832; + 7.1.1892. "Next to the Marcellis iron bridge". Circular letter dated 15.12.1856. He had just received from France a camera for making photographs on paper and on glass. He entered into "an agreement with two of the most competent artists of the country to colour my portrait photographs in watercolour or to paint them in oils". Sold stereoscopes and views. This was his mother Antoinette's house (see that name). Although Charles married on 23.11.1861 and moved to Brabantdam, 81 on 23.1.1862, he maintained a studio here that he shared for a period in the 1860s with his mother; CVs of A. for Antoinette and Charles coexisted at this address.
1866 - 1870 Gand, Rue Neuve Saint-Pierre, 104
1880 Gand, Quai aux Vaches, 62
Also active at Passage Vanderdonckt at an unspecified date.
1882 - 1892 + Gand - Ledeberg, Rue de l'Harmonie, 13
On his mother's death certificate of 8.9.1890, Charles was recorded as a photographer living in Ghent - Ledeberg.

Locations

1856 - 1878 Gand, Rue de l'Agneau, 3
1866 - 1870 Gand, Rue Neuve Saint-Pierre, 104
1880 Gand, Quai aux Vaches, 62
1882 - 1892 + Gand - Ledeberg, Rue de l'Harmonie, 13

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#3677

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 13.5.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 5.5.2020; MD / SFJ revised 1.7.2020 based on information supplied by Philippe Debergh (Archief Gent)

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