Franz Ziegler

male / Dutch
photographer, draftsman
kelner en vanaf 1917 fotograaf Although he called himself 'court photographer' he never received permission to use the title ‘purveyor [to the court]’ (Coppes/van Heteren/Jansen 2009, p. 36-38)
Harderwijk 1893-09-03
The Hague 1939-11-12
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zoon van fotograaf Robert Mathias Ziegler (1863-1931); kleinzoon van schilder Mathias Ziegler
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werkte met grafisch ontwerper Piet Zwart aan postzegelserie (Sinderen 2002); vader Robert Ziegler en zoon Franz Ziegler werkten samen onder de naam Ziegler, Fotografische Ateliers ; succeeding H.F.J.M. Deutmann in Den Haag in 1927.
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Biographical information
beschouwde zichzelf als autodidact (Sinderen 2002)
Höhere Fachschule für Phototechnik (München)
Active in
  • Enschede 1912-05-06 - 1912-10-31
    Jacobs 2000 en cat.tent. Oss 2009; fotograaf bij S. Goudsmit te Enschede (Wachlin 2011)
  • Den Haag 1912 - 1916
    Jacobs 2000; fotograaf bij H.F.J.M. Deutmann te Den Haag (Wachlin 2011)
  • Rotterdam 1916 - 1917
    Jacobs 2000; fotograaf te Rotterdam
  • Zwolle 1917 - 1920
    Jacobs 2000 ; fotograaf te Zwolle
  • Enschede 1920 - 1921
    Jacobs 2000; fotograaf te Enschede
  • München 1921 - 1922
    Jacobs 2000 ;
  • Den Haag 1922 - 1923
    fotograaf te Den Haag (Wachlin 2011)
  • Zwolle 1923 - 1927
    Jacobs 2000; fotograaf te Zwolle, woonachtig aan Nieuwe Markt 9 (Otten 2001)
  • Den Haag 1926 - 1939
    sedert 1929 hoffotograaf; Ziegler nam in 1926 het Haagse atelier van hoffotograaf H.J.F.M. Deutmann over (Sinderen 2002)
  • Berlin 1934
    studiereis (Jacobs 2000)
  • Londen (Engeland) 1938
    studiereis (Jacobs 2000)
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This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
portrait, princely portrait, cityscape
Entered on: 2005-09-07; Modification on: 2017-07-13


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