Willaert, A. & R. Frères

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  • Professional

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1900 Gand, Avenue de la Cour, 12 [Groot Gewat]
These were probably sons of Karel Willaert (° Gits, 1.6.1826) who was a brother of Célestin Willaert (see that name) and had been living at this address for at least two decades. The most likely candidates are Arthur (° Ghent, 4.3.1875; + Ghent, 22.9.1952) and Raphaël Robert (° Ghent, 22.11.1878; + Ghent, 13.1.1949). Like many of their family members they would go on to pursue a career as painters under the respective pseudonyms "Arthur Trealliw" and "Raph Robert". In 1922 they co-founded the "Fédération Nationale des Artistes-Peintres et Sculpteurs de Belgique" / "Nationaal Verbond van Kunstschilders en Beeldhouwers van België". Another candidate behind the initial "R." is their brother Remi (° Ghent, 9.4.1864; + Ghent, 23.5.1934) who was also active as an artist-painter around this time.

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1900 Gand, Avenue de la Cour, 12 [Groot Gewat]

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DIRECTORY_2017#0421

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SFJ new 20.10.2017; MD revised 19.11.2021

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