Creator:Augustin Aimé Joseph Le Jeune
|Augustin Aimé Joseph Le Jeune|
|Alternative names||Augustin Aimé Joseph Lejeune, Abraham Leon Marius Joliot Lejeune, Auguste La Planquais Lejeune|
French photo studios based in Paris, located in 106, rue de Rivoli (since 1864), afterwards in 22, rue de Choiseul (ca. 1866) and in 350, rue Saint-Honoré since the 1870s.
The business was started by Augustin Aimé Joseph Le Jeune in 1864 in 22 Rue Choiseul, Paris. Afterwards 350 Rue St Honore, Paris circa 1872. A subsidiary existeted in 106 Rue de Rivoli. Successor was Sergey Lvovich Levitsky (1819–1898). He was associated with Denis Victor Adolphe Le Jeune since 1867.The studio in 350 Rue St Honoré was sold to Abraham Leon Marius Joliot in 1874. The studio in 106 Rue de Rivoli was sold to Auguste La Planquais in 1873. They continued using the name of the studio. In addition to the name Le Jeune they printed their own names onto the photographs.
|Date of birth/death||19th century||20th century|
|Work period||between 1865 and 1870|