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Julius (Isaak) Jacob (1811-1882)

Biography of the painter Julius (Isaak) Jacob (1811-1882; German)

Julius (Isaak) Jacob (1811-1882, German) was a pupil of Wilelm Wach (1787-1845). He studied at the Academy of Dusseldorf and Paris.

Jacob exhibited at The Salon between 1838-1844.

He travelled to Africa, Asia Minor and throughout Europe and worked in London between 1844-1856, painting society portraits in England and Scotland, exhibiting each year at The Royal Academy.

After leaving London, Jacob went to live in Vienna and spent his final years in Berlin where he was a frequent exhibitor at the Academy.

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