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Glockenblumen und Iris | 1920
Glockenblumen und Iris | 1920
Porträt Annot Jacobi (1894-1981) | o. D.

Porträt Annot Jacobi (1894-1981) | o. D.

Rudolf Jacobi

Mühlhausen 1889 — 1972 München

Born on 11 December 1889 in Mühlhausen, Rudolf Jacobi began studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin at 18 years old. There he became a master student of Friedrich Kallmorgen. From 1911 onwards, the young artist participated several times in the Great Berlin Art Exhibition, the Secession and Academy exhibits and exhibited in the Munich Glaspalast the following year.

He then worked as a freelance painter in Berlin. In 1921 he married the painter Anna Ottonie Krigar-Menzel, known as “Annot”. In 1926 the pair moved to Paris. During their two-year stay there, Annot attended the painting school of Andre Lhote, during which time Jacobi was inspired by the works of Maurice de Vlaminck.

 

 

Artist works

Glockenblumen und Iris | 1920
Hairbells and iris | 1920
Oil on canvas
84 x 62 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Rudolf Jacobi)
Weiblicher Akt nach dem Bade | 1927
Female nude before bathing | 1927
Oil on canvas
100 x 80,5 cm
(Foto: Hubert Auer © Rudolf Jacobi)
Porträt Annot Jacobi (1894-1981) | o. D.
Portrait of Annot Jacobi (1894-1981) | 1923
oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Rudolf Jacobi)

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