Jacops, Max

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional / Connected

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Life dates

Cologne [D], 1879 - Brussels, 1947

Activity

1903 * - 1911 / Bruges, Rue des Pierres, 81
Predecessor: Triebels Gustave
° 1.1.1879; + 15.8.1947. Son of the painter Felix Nicaise Jacops and Sylvie Michiels, elder daughter of Jan-Frans Michiels (see that name). At the age of 17 he took over the two shops run by his late parents in Cologne, Passage Königin Augustahalle. He sold photographic reproductions and travel souvenirs there (stereoscopic views of Cologne and the Rhine valley). Took over Triebels’ studio on 1.4.1903, where he made portraits and sold engravings. Reproduction of paintings by Bruges masters. Jacops used as trademark a miniature copy of a Rembrandt self-portrait. Also published postcards. Agency for "Photoglob Zürich". Still listed at this address in the 1913 Monod directory.

Locations

1903 * - 1911 / Bruges, Rue des Pierres, 81

Exhibitions

Liège, 1905; Bruges, 1907.

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#2313

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 19.9.2017 & 23.10.2020

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