Julius Jacobus was born in The Hague.
He was a pupil of his father H.van de Sande Bakhuyzen and also of the ‘Academy of Fine Arts of The Hague’.
In 1866 he went, together with Philip Sadée, for half a year to Düsseldorf.
After Germany he went to Drenthe in Holland and Noord-Holland.
Now he settled in his home town The Hague.
In 1871 he was awarded the Great Royal Medal at the exhibition in
He was one of the founders of the etching society ’Pulchri Studio’.
Was also a teacher of E.A.Becht and F.P.ter Meulen.
Was a member of ‘Arti et Amicitiae’ in Amsterdam.
He had several exhibitions in Amsterdam and The Hague.
Museums that have work of the painter in their collection are;
Haags Gemeente Museum,
Rijksmuseum H.W.Mesdag– The Hague,
Museum Boymans van Beuningen-Rotterdam,
Museum Willet-Holthuysen-Amsterdam and
Provinciaal Overijssels Museum-Zwolle.
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , vol. 2 (1908), p. 380 (als Bakhuijzen, Julius Jacobus van de Sande)
Waller 1938/1974 , p. 12 (as: Bakhuyzen, van de Sande, Julius Jakobus)
Scheen 1969-1970 , vol. 1, p. 42-43 (as: Bakhuyzen, Julius Jacobus van de Sande)
Witt Checklist 1978
Scheen 1981 , p. 21, afb. nr. 676 en 677 (as: Bakhuyzen, Julius Jacobus van de Sande;*)
Saur 1992- , vol. 6 (1992), p. 362 (as: Bakhuyzen (Bakhuijzen), Julius Jacobus van de Sande)
Bénézit 1999 , p. 658-659 (as: Bakhuyzen, Julius Jacobus van de Sande of Backhuyzen)