Piano in Boulle Maquetry Napoléon III
Alphonse Marcel JUVENOIS
Piano Factor and Manufacturer in Brussels, Namur and Paris.
Between 1835 and 1865
<<<<<<< Marcel Alphonse JUVENOIS, factor and manufacturer of pianos in Paris between 1847 and 1862, seems to have had a rather sinuous course. Another peculiarity is his marriage to a daughter KNEIP, sister of four piano pianos KNEIP of Paris.
Alphonse JUVENOIS is of Belgian origin, however born in Lille on 22/07/1811, son of Jean-Joseph JUVENOIS, employee of the grants, but born in Brussels in ca. 1767 (under the 1st French Empire, Belgium was French, hence the position of Father JUVENOIS in Lille) and Angélique Deplechin native of Oudenaarde (in ca. 1770).
He resides at 166, rue Saint Maur from 1851, is registered at the Exhibition in Paris in 1867. The most famous piano of this factor was the one painted by Vincent Van Gogh '' Portrait of Mademoiselle Gachet at the piano "
We do not know where he took his training as a piano maker, a quality he declares at his wedding Brussels on December 3, 1836, with Catherine Josephine KNEIP, daughter of Nicolas KNEIP, cabinetmaker (from Brachtenbach in Luxembourg) and Catherine Pétronille Lefébure from Saint-Omer (marriage KNEIP-LEFÉBURE in 1806 in this city) Having lived in Saint-Omer between 1806 and 1826 at least where were born their 10 children (among whom four sons will become piano makers), the family Settles in all or part of Brussels before 1836. It is possible that Nicolas KNEIP and Alphonse JUVENOIS have met at the same employer, in this case a pianos factor of Brussels. >>>> by Jean-Marc STUSSI
Perfect condition of the music that has just been completely restored and revised.
Perfect condition of the furniture.
Dimensions : 64 cm deep x 155 cm wide x 120 cm high
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