Jean Jacoby

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Olympic medal record
Art competitions
Gold 1924 Paris Painting
Gold 1928 Amsterdam Drawings
The drawing Rugby earned Jacoby a gold medal in 1928.

Jean Lucien Nicolas Jacoby (March 26, 1891 – September 9, 1936) was a Luxembourg artist. He won Olympic gold medals in the Olympic art competitions of 1924 and 1928, making him the most successful Olympic artist ever.

Jacoby often depicted sports in his works, also designing Luxembourg postage stamps for the 1952 Summer Olympics.

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