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Net Worth:
$1 Million
Painter, Businessperson
United States of America
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Scott Jacobs is an American painter who has a net worth of $1 million dollars. Scott Jacobs was born May 15, 1981 in New Jersey. He is best known for his photorealistic work of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Scott Jacobs arrived into the mainstream of American fine art culture when discovered by Harley-Davidson and officially licensed as their motorcycle artist. Whether your taste for canvas paintings revolves around biker art, car art, lifestyle art, bar art or game-room art in a contemporary art style, Jacobs offers an abundance of selections. Photo-realist painter Scott Jacobs has mastered a multitude of genres in his twenty-year career and his modern art depictions for canvas giclees, paintings, canvas prints and posters have found their way to major art collections worldwide, including those of numerous celebrity clients.

Jacobs worked for an art gallery as a teen and went on to sell art out of a van. At 19, he purchased an art gallery at below market value and was an art dealer for 25 years. In 1989, his wife Sharon gave him an easel, canvases and paints as a Christmas gift. Jacobs began painting and displaying his work in his own galleries under the name Escotete. He concentrated on creating work in a photorealistic style when he received positive feedback for that style of his work. In 1993, a short time after painting two pieces, Fat Boy and Live to Ride, which featured Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Jacobs' work was seen by the motorcycle manufacturer, Harley-Davidson, and they signed Jacobs as Harley Davidson's first officially licensed artist in its fine art program, a position he still holds.

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