Otto Reinhold Jacobi

Otto Reinhold Jacobi (1812-1901) was a German-Canadian painter who lived in Canada from 1860-1870 and was highly influenced by Robert Duncanson during the later’s 1863-1865 sojourn in Montreal. Although later falling deeply into the Luminist school alongside many other great painters such as Lucius O’Brien, Jacobi’s work while under the influence of the Hudson River school spirit remains some of the greatest gems of Canadian painting.

1865 Autumn Landscape
Mountain Lake
Castle 1846
Gypsie family
homestead in Saskatchewan 1882
On the North Ottawa river
Waterfall 1866
Riviere Montmonrency- 1860