Stribeck, Victor

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Person (Male)

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  • Amateur

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Strasbourg [Alsace, F], 1806 - Strasbourg [Alsace, F], 1869

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1852 ca Liège & Gand (views of)
Victor Edouard Emile, ° 7.1.1806; + 11.10.1869. Person of independent means. Practised the calotype, ie paper negative process, in the early 1850s. A substantial article in the "Courrier du Bas-Rhin" of 2.7.1852 describes many of his views, including the interior of the law courts and the bishop's palace in Liège and the cathedral cloisters and "maison des Francs-Bateliers" in Ghent. The Bibliothèque nationale de France possesses an undated salt paper print of the "maison des Francs-Bateliers", 21.2 x 28.8 cm, proving that Stribeck took images up to full-plate size.

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1852 ca Liège & Gand (views of)

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Bibliography/Webography

KEMPF, Christian. "Un photographe fort discret : Victor Stribeck (1806 - 1869)", Cahiers alsaciens d'archéologie, d'art et d'histoire, vol. 61 (2018), pp. 207-222.

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DIRECTORY_2017#1465

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SFJ new 13.3.2020

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