|Dates: ||1848, 30 June - 1909, 14 December|
|Born: ||France, Esquiule|
|Died: ||Argentina, Resistencia|
French-born photographer in Uruguay with the studio "Fotografia 18 de Julio" at Calle 18 de Julio No. 175, Montevideo in around 1875. The photo-collage technique he used on some of his cartes de visite was highly unusual with lithographs being combined with heads taken from albumen prints. For examples of these see the examples donated to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York by Drew Knowlton and William L. Schaeffer in 2017.
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