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Weiblicher Akt an der Badewanne | um 1920
Weiblicher Akt an der Badewanne | um 1920
Weiblicher Akt an der Badewanne  | um 1920

Weiblicher Akt an der Badewanne | um 1920

Annot Jacobi

Berlin 1894 — 1981 München

Annot Jacobi was the daughter of Otto Krigar-Menzel, a professor of theoretical physics at the Technical University of Berlin. She was the great-niece of Adolph von Menzel, who was one of her godfathers alongside Johannes Brahms. Because women were not allowed to enroll at the Academy to study art, she began lessons with Lovis Corinth in 1915. Early on, she developed an active interest in the pacifist movement. When she distributed a memorandum by Prince Karl Max von Lichnowsky against the First World War, she was sentenced to 30 days in the Moabit Jail in 1916.

 

Artist works

Weiblicher Akt an der Badewanne  | um 1920
Female nude at the bathtub | um 1920
Oil on canvas
57 x 42 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Annot Jacobi)
Stehender Weiblicher Akt | o. D.
Standing Female Nude | no date
Gouache on Paper
48 x 32.5 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Annot Jacobi )

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