Hippolyte Arnoux (active ca. 1860 - ca. 1890) was a French photographer and publisher. During the 1860s, he documented the excavation of the Suez Canal and published the resulting photographs as Album du Canal de Suez. At the same time, he occasionally worked with the Port Said photographic studio, Adelphoi Zangaki. In the late 1860s, Arnoux was a partner of Antonio Beato.
- Anglo-American Name Authority File, s.v. "Arnoux, Hippolyte", LC Control Number nr 98007151, cited 6 February 2006.
- Canadian Centre for Architecture; Collections Online, s.v. "Arnoux, Hippolyte", cited 14 April 2011.
- Hippolyte Arnoux: photographe de l'union des mers. Exhibition catalogue. Paris: Centre historique des archives nationales, 1996.
- Union List of Artists Names, s.v. "Arnoux, Hippolyte", cited 6 February 2006.
- Vintage Photography - Hippolyte Arnoux
- Fostinum: Hippolyte Arnoux
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