Auguste Delâtre (Biographical details)

Auguste Delâtre (publisher/printer; printmaker; French; Male; 1822 - 1907)

Also known as

Delâtre, Auguste; Delâtre, Auguste Marie


Paris: rue Rochechouart, 64bis (1845) rue St Jacques, 265 (1850/4) rue de Bièvre, 19 (c.1850-3) rue de la Bucherie, 6 (1853) rue F[aubour?]g St Jacques, 81 (1855-6) rue St Jacques, 171 (1854-6) Faubourg Poissonière, 145 (1856-9?) rue des Feuillantines, 4 (1860) rue St Jacques, 303 Paris (1862-7) rue Nicolas, 10 [Montmartre] (?) rue St Jacques, 265 (?) London: 7 Lower James Street, Golden Square 23 Howland Street, Fitzroy Square


Copper-plate printer in Paris (where ran a firm), and occasional etcher. Worked for Alfred Cadart and the Société des Aquafortistes. Removed to London for some years after his workshop and house were partly destroyed by the Prussian bombardment and Commune in 1870/1 (see Diaries of Samuel Avery for 6 July 1871).
Succeeded by his son Eugène (q.v.)