Otto Henry Bacher

Otto Henry Bacher (American 1856-1909)

Otto Henry Bacher studied in Cleveland, then at the Cincinnati Fine Arts Academy, where he met Frank Duveneck. He joined Duveneck in Munich in the late 1870s and traveled with him to Florence and Venice during the early 1880s. While in Venice, Bacher met Whistler, and they produced etchings together. Bacher became a close associate of the artist, visiting him throughout the late 1880s. In 1909, Bacher wrote a popular book about his experiences with the famous artist entitled With Whistler in Venice.

Although he was best known during his lifetime for his etchings, illustrations, and writing, Bacher was also an extraordinary painter.

 Works

Grand Canal, Venice×

Etching
23 x 14 inch
46 x 28 cm
View in Venice - Fondamenta delle Zattere ×

Etching
10 x 7 inch
20 x 14 cm
Florence ×

Etching
10.5 x 7.375 inch
21 x 14.8 cm
Bead Stringers, Perleria, venice×

Etching
9 x 13 inch
18 x 26 cm
Ponte del Pistor, Venice×

Etching
5.875 x 13 inch
11.8 x 26 cm
Ship and Elevator, Cleveland×

Etching
4.75 x 7.625 inch
9.5 x 15.3 cm
Rainy Night, Venice ×

Etching
12.375 x 5 inch
24.8 x 10 cm