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Rhenish Cast Iron Museum 7 Fotografie [7.1282]

Portrait von Franz Ludwig (Louis) Remy, 1880

Portrait von Franz Ludwig (Louis) Remy, 1880 (REM CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: REM (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Schwarzweißfotografie, sog. Carte-de-Visite. Dieses Portrait entstand im Jahr 1880 und zeigt Franz Ludwig, genannt Louis Remy (1791-1855).
Louis Remy wurde am 15. September 1791 in Bendorf am Rhein geboren. Er war seit dem Jahr 1811/12 in dem Geschäft der Gebrüder Remy (Wendener Hütte) tätig. Ab dem Jahr 1820 war er Direktor der Wendener Hütte und im Jahr 1851 wurde er zum Präsidenten der Handelskammer in Arnsberg ernannt. Am 27. Mai 1855 verstarb Louis Remy in Wiesbaden.

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Papier / Fotografie

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100 x 65 mm

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The „Rheinisches Eisenkunstguss-Museum“, (Rhenish Museum of Ornamental Cast Iron) displays its important collection in the light and airy rooms ...

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