Van Boghout, Henri

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

  • Atelier Henry; Photographie Artistique (in Rue Van Artevelde)

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Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Antwerp, 1861 - Antwerp, 1933

Activity

1883 - 1904 Anvers, Rue Van Artevelde, 23
Henri Jean, ° 15.9.1861; + December 1933. Brother of Charles and François Edward. Recorded as a diamond cutter in Antwerp in 1882 and again in 1885. Applied for planning permission to build a studio in the backyard on 11.12.1894. Subsequently advertised "Diploma at the Universal Exhibition, 1894. Portrait studio in the garden". Specialised in portraits for cyclists.
1894 - 1895 Anvers, Rue du Scorpion, 8
1894 - 1895 Anvers, Chaussée de Malines, 26 [Mechelsche Steenweg]
Successor: Van Boghout Ed.
"Opposite the National Bank". "Van Boghout Frères" in the 1894 directory. This address was the parental home, occupied by the whole family since 26.7.1882.
1905 - 1920 Anvers, Marché Saint-Jacques, 47/2<05-10> or 47<11-20>
"Enlargements in oils, pastel and water colours. Special facilities for on-site photography of all kinds of groups, horsemen, crews, automobiles, etc. etc.". Continued operating at no. 73 during the interwar period until his death in 1933.

Locations

1883 - 1904 Anvers, Rue Van Artevelde, 23
1894 - 1895 Anvers, Rue du Scorpion, 8
1894 - 1895 Anvers, Chaussée de Malines, 26 [Mechelsche Steenweg]
1905 - 1920 Anvers, Marché Saint-Jacques, 47/2<05-10> or 47<11-20>

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#4227

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 30.12.2017 & 12.7.2018; revised 14.5.2019 & 16.7.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 7.9.2020 & 10.11.2020

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