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Maurits Binger

male / Dutch
Qualifications
cinematographer, amateur photographer
Binger beschouwde zichzelf als amateurfotograaf (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
Nationality/school
Dutch
Born
Haarlem 1868/1898-04-05
1868!
Deceased
Wiesbaden 1923-04-09
Family relationschips
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zoon van fotograaf en steendrukker Charles Binger (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
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In 1919 leidde een afsplitsing van een groepje werknemers van Binger's Filmfabriek Hollandia tot de oprichting van Polygoon (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–).
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  • Parijs 1883 - 1891
    went to Paris to be trained in photography and printing processes; was eight years abroad; made several trips to Nice, Monte Carlo, London and Berlin; ; Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Haarlem 1912 - 1923
    Binger richtte met Daniel de Clercq de NV Maatschappij voor Wetenschappelijke Cinematografie en de NV Maatschappij voor Artistieke Cinematografie op; deze werden in 1913 samengevoegd en heetten vanaf 1914 NV filmfabriek Hollandia. In 1919 leidde een afsplitsing van een groepje werknemers tot de oprichting van Polygoon. In het jaar van het overlijden van Binger ging Filmfabriek Hollandia failliet; Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
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Subjects
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portrait, tableau vivant (photography)
Medium/technique
collotype
daglichtpapier
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