Stainier (- Hannet), Fortuné

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Status

  • Professional / Connected

Details

Life dates

Couthuin (Liège), 1864 - ?, ?

Activity

1889 - 1902 Anvers, Rue Carnot, 11 (opposite the Zoological Garden)
Predecessor: Garlinck Veuve
Fortuné Joseph Ghislain, ° 20.2.1864. On the occasion of his wedding to Jeanne Eugènie Marie Joseph Hannet in Tournai on 22.7.1889, he was recorded as a shopkeeper living with his parents in Boneffe. Jeanne was the daughter of Philippe Hannet (see that name) who was probably instrumental in Stainier turning to photography. Stainier was registered in the Antwerp population registry until 1894. The studios in Antwerp, Heist and Tournai coexisted for a while.
1895 ca - 1905 Heyst-sur-Mer, Digue de Mer - Villa Juliette
1896 Tournai, Rue Curé Notre-Dame, 12
Predecessor: Hannet Philippe Successor: Leÿniers Joseph
1903 - 1913 Namur, Rue Emile Cuvelier, 38<03-08> or 52<13>
Photographic supplies. Initially a branch of the Heist studio.
1904 Heyst-sur-Mer, Boulevard Léopold, 17

Locations

1889 - 1902 Anvers, Rue Carnot, 11 (opposite the Zoological Garden)
1895 ca - 1905 Heyst-sur-Mer, Digue de Mer - Villa Juliette
1896 Tournai, Rue Curé Notre-Dame, 12
1903 - 1913 Namur, Rue Emile Cuvelier, 38<03-08> or 52<13>
1904 Heyst-sur-Mer, Boulevard Léopold, 17

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Bibliography/Webography

Context

Affiliations

Affiliated entity

Association belge de Photographie

Type of affiliation

Member of

Dates of affiliation

1905 - 1913

Description of relationship

Management

Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#3981

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Level of detail

Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 12.9.2017, 24.9.2017, 9.1.2018 & 10.7.2018; revised 6.4.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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