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Wally Moes

female / Dutch
painter, draftsperson, etcher, author
was een verdienstelijk auteur
Amsterdam (city) 1856-11-16
volgens opschrift van haar grafsteen op de Algemene Begraafplaats te Laren, graf rij 2 letter B; Scheen geeft als sterfmaand: oktober.
Laren (plaats, North Holland) 1918-11-06
See also
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studies with Aleida Loder in the 'Ladies atelier' at the Rijksakademie under guidance of August Allebé; travels to Paris with Thérèse Schwartze
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1871 - 1918
ca. 1871-1918
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (Amsterdam)
ca. 1876-1878 en 1880-1884; mocht hier gebruik maken van een loge (NHA, RBK, bnr. 90)
Active in
  • Amsterdam (stad) 1898
    tot 1898
  • Düsseldorf
    studied under the guidance of Richard Burnier
  • München 1882-01 - 1882-05
    went to München at the suggestion of Thérèse Schwartze, where she studied in the studio of Max Thedy
  • Parijs 1884-01 - 1884-05
    Shared a studio with Thérèse Schwartze during four months. Left in January and returned to the Netherlands mid-May. stayed in the Pension Balzac in the rue Balzac. The studio was in the rue Poncelet 26. (cat. Paris Salon 1884, Moes 1961)
  • Laren (plaats, Noord-Holland)
    na 1898 werkzaam te Laren (Scheen 1981)
born in
active in
died in
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
genre, interior view, figure, portrait, still life
Creation date: 1994-09-30; Last modified date: 2023-02-09


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