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Tempelaere, Gustave
French, est. 1867
Tempelaere, Galerie
Gustave Tempelaere set up his Parisian gallery on the rue Laffitte in 1867. In 1865 he had married Felicité, the sister of the dealer Hector Brame (1831-1899), whose own gallery was also on the rue Laffitte. Tempelaere represented, among others, the still life painter François-Saint Bonvin and the artist Henri Fantin-Latour.
Yeide, Nancy. "Hector Brame: An art dealer in nineteenth-century Paris." Apollo (March 1998):40-47
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