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photographer, purveyor to the Royal Household, lithographer, printer (person)
volgens huwelijksakte geweermaker; volgens bevolkingsregister smid (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–); had naast een fotoatelier tevens een steendrukkerij (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–); received permission to use the title ‘purveyor to Prince Frederik’ in (probably) the first week of January 1880 (source: Delftsche courant 11-1-1880)
Nationality/school
Dutch
Born
Amsterdam 1835-01-30
Deceased
Delft 1905-05-14
1905-06-14 (NFM)
Family relationschips
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
zwager van compagnon Emma Kirchner (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–); vader van fotograaf Artois Maximillian Alexandre (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1871 - 1905
actief als fotograaf vanaf ca. 1871
Active in
  • Amsterdam 1860
    tot 1860; geweermaker te Amsterdam
  • Delft 1860 - 1898
    opende met schoonzuster Emma Kirchner het fotografische atelier 'E. Kirchner & Co.'; gingen in 1871 uit elkaar (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–); fotograaf en lithograaf te Delft (Wachlin 2011) Adressen te Delft: Zuiderstraat 1.168m (136) (1871- ) ; Zuiderstraat 136 (1881-1888) ; Oude Delft 173 (1889-1905) ; (Wachlin 2011)
  • Rotterdam 1882 - 1886
    had filiaal in Rotterdam (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
  • Hof van Delft (Delft) 1898
    fotograaf te Hof van Delft (Wachlin 2011)
  • Amsterdam 1898 - 1900
    vertrok naar Amsterdam; stond er ingeschreven als kastelein, fotograaf en werkman (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
  • Delft 1900 - 1905
    keerde terug naar Delft; werkte tot zijn overlijden als fotograaf en drukker (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
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Subjects
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.
cityscape, landscape (as genre), portrait photography, history (as a genre)
Entered on: 2009-01-07; Modification on: 2016-08-24

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