Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Jean-Louis-Henri Le Secq des Tournelles (18 August 1818 – 26 December 1882) was a French painter and photographer. After the French government made the daguerreotype open for public in 1839, Le Secq was one of the five photographers selected to carry out a photographic survey of architecture (Commission des Monuments Historiques).
Wikidata
Q1383731
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Getty record
Introduction
French photographer.
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Art Collector, Collector, Painter, Photographer
Names
Henri Le Secq, Henri Jean-Louis Le Secq, Henri Le Secq des Tournelles, Henry Le Secq, Jean-Louis-Henri Le Secq, Jean-Louis-Henry Le Secq, Henri Lesecq, Jean-Louis Henri Le Secq Destournelles, Jean-Louis-Henri Le Secq Detournalles, Henri Le Secq Destournelles, Jean-Louis-Henri LeSecq Detournalles
Ulan
500002873
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Works

5 works online

Exhibitions

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