Introduction
Jean Laurent or, in Spanish, Juan Laurent Minier; sometimes simply J. Laurent (23 July 1816, Garchizy - 24 November 1886, Madrid) was a French photographer who mostly worked in Spain.
Wikidata
Q558371
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Introduction
Laurent began his career as a daguerreotypist in Paris, where he opened a studio called "Laurent & Company" in 1843. Laurent also opened a studio called "Laurent & Company" in Madrid, Spain ca. 1857, which was a commercial success.
Nationalities
French, Parisian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Names
Juan Laurent, J. L., Jean Laurent, Jean Laurent y Minier, Juan y Cia Laurent, Jules Laurent, J. Laurent, Juan Laurent y Minier, Juan Laurent Minier
Ulan
500115189
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