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photographer, purveyor to the Royal Household
received permission to use the title ‘purveyor to King Willem III’ and his coat of arms on 4-4-1871 (Royal House Archives, EIb-IVa-5, p 90 nr 22)
Nationality/school
Dutch
Born
Utrecht 1836-12-05/1836-12-06
Deceased
Opsterland 1885-11-14
See also
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had in periode 1870-1873 met Vermeulen een vennootschap met als doel het vervaardigen van Photo-en Lithographisch werk (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
Biographical information
Period of activity
1867 - 1875
actief als fotograaf?
Active in
  • Batavia 1858 - 1862
    werkzaam als timmerman (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–) en opzichter (Wachlin 2011)
  • Utrecht 1862
    keerde terug naar Utrecht (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
  • Batavia 1864 - 1868
    reisde opnieuw naar Batavia; vestigde in 1867 een fotostudio in Bativa (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
  • Padang (Sumatra) 1868 - 1869
    opende een fotostudio in Padang (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–)
  • Sumatra (eiland) 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Java 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Borneo (eiland) 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Belitung (eiland) 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Bangka-Biliton (eiland) 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Nias (eiland) 1864 - 1869
    Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–
  • Utrecht 1870 - 1875
    vestigde zich definitief in Nederland (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–) was partner van de fotograaf A.A. Vermeulen te Utrecht tot 1875 (Wachlin 2011)
  • Gorredijk (Opsterland) 1875 - 1876
    verhuisde naar Gorredijk (Leijerzapf e.a. 1984–) werkzaam als opzichter publieke werken (Wachlin 2011)
  • Opsterland 1876 - 1885
    verhuisde naar Opsterland (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.
landscape (as genre), cityscape, topography, portrait photography
Medium/technique
albumen print
Product
carte-de-visite, photo book
Sumatra's Westkust, 1868; Verzameling Fotografien van Nederlandsch Indië, 1875
Entered on: 2009-01-27; Modification on: 2017-08-15

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