Jakob Linckh

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Jakob Linckh (1786[1] or 14 November 1787[2][3] – 1841) was a German painter and archaeologist, born in Cannstatt.[2]

In 1810–11, he accompanied Charles Robert Cockerell, John Foster, Carl Haller von Hallerstein and Otto Magnus von Stackelberg on their expeditions to the temples of Aphaia on Aegina and of Apollo at Bassae. On this trip he also drew a plan of the ancient theatre at Eretria.[1]


  1. ^ a b Cockerell and the "Grand Tour"
  2. ^ a b Ludwig von Buerkel, Münchner Jahrbuch der bildenden kunst, vol. 12, Prestel Verlag, 1970, page 137.
  3. ^ VIAF: "Linckh, Jakob 1787-1841"