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(1912 - ?)
Jacobsen was a member of the Revolutionary Surrealist group. He had a tendency towards Surrealist Abstraction, and he is best known for his sculptures, which he created from metals, as well as limestone rock. He exhibited his “Dolls,” which were made of welded scrap iron, in Paris in 1957. His works also include “The Man with the Snake” and “Grishi” (1952).