lunes, 17 de agosto de 2009

Fotógrafo Pierre Lampué. Fotografía antigua París. Vintage photography Front of House Paris Photographer Lampue

Esta fotografía pertenece al álbum

Maisons, Villas et Hôtels les plus récemment construits à Paris et aux environs choisis par un comité d'architectes

El fotógrafo Pierre Lampue que tuvo estudio abierto en Paris fue el fotografo oficial de la Escuela de Bellas Artes de Paris y, en este album, como nos indica el titulo escoge como objetivo las fachadas de casas de reciente construccion y que fueron seleccionadas por otros arquitectos.

Las fotografias estan sobre cartulina gruesa y, en algunos casos, como el presente figura a mano el nombre del arquitecto. Emile Bayard fue un arquitecto del cual apenas he conseguido dato alguno.

La fotografia de Lampue es tecnicamente correcta pero falta de la inspiracion de otros fotografos de arquitectura de su tiempo

Links
  • Pierre Lampué Wikipedia
  • Pierre Lampué D' Orsay
  • Pierre Lampué Bnf.
  • Ver album completo
  • Pierre Lampué Life and works

    From  La Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) I got the following confirmation on Lampué live and work:
    • Jean Pierre Philippe Lampué was born in Montréjeau in 1836. Died in Paris in 1924.
    • He studied at the Seminary of Polignan and in the School of Beautiful Arts in Toulouse. He could have travelled to Spain in 1864.
    • In 1865 he stablished in Paris, rue Saint Jacques 237.
    • Lampué become official photographer of the École of Beaux Arts of Paris.
    • In 1888 he became councillor of the 5th District of Paris.
    • In 1890 he became radical socialist and gets elected as municipal councillor of Paris for the Val de Grace neighbourhood. In the council he belonged to the comission of "teaching and beautiful arts".
    • In 1892 he became part of the Honour Comitee for the First International Exposition of Photography and Industry as councillor of Paris.
    • Lampué was re-elected as councillor in 1893 and 1896 but lost in 1900 elections.
    • He was member of the French society of Photography from 1873 to 1885.
    • He was member of the Chamber of Labour Union of Photography.
    • Lampué participated in expositions by the French Society of Photography in 1876 and 1882.
    • He had his own photographic studio in rue Saint Jacques 237, in Paris until 1879. It was called "French-Spanish photography".
    • This studio was later moved to the Boulevard Port Royal 72 in Paris.
    • He finishes his photographic activities in 1890.

    In the George Eastman House database, we can find the following information:
  • Name: Jean Pierre Philippe Lampué
  • Active in France c.1870
  • Member of the French Society of Photography
  • Museums with artwork of Lampué
    • J. Paul Getty Museum
    • Rikjsmuseum Ámsterdam
    • Snite Museum of Art
  • Expositions
    • Onzienme Exposition de la Société Nacional de Photographie en 1876. Palais de la Industrie
    • Exposition Universelle 1878

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 Lampúe se hizo famoso por una fuerte controversia que mantuvo a través de la prensa con los pintores cubistas.

.. The subject of an interpellation in the Chambre des Députés. Following the lead of a municipal councillor and amateur photographer named Lampué, who had written an open letter to Monsieur Bérard, Under-Secretary in the Ministry of Fine Arts, in the Mercure de France:
 ....That access to all public building should be denied " to a gang of criminals who behave  in the art world like yobs and delinquents.

a Socialist deputy, Monsieur Jean Louis Breton, demanded that measures be taken to prevent the Cubists from exhibiting at the Salon d'Automne
....'Il est absolument inadmissible que nos palais nationaux puissent servir à des manifestations d'un caractère aussi nettement antiartistique et antinational.' .
The attack was answered by Marcel Sembat
 'Quand un tableau vous semble mauvais,' he declared, 'Vous avez un incontestable droit: celui de ne pas le regarder et d'aller en voir d'autres. Mais on n'appelle pas les gendarmes.'
Excelente contestación.
  • Haciendo la búsqueda correspondiente en la web de Culture France se nos muestran varias fotos de este fotógrafo.

  •  
    Jean-Pierre Lampué (1836 – 1924)
    Président du Conseil Général de la Seine en 1904 et 1905
    Vice-président du Conseil municipal de Paris
    Rapporteur général du budget du département de la Seine
    Dessinateur et photographe d’art spécialisé dans la photographie d’architecture

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