The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Moeller, Louis

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MOELLER, Louis, American genre painter: b. New York, 5 Aug. 1855. He worked with his father, a decorator, for four years; studied in Munich with Dietz and Duveneck; and in 1883 returned to New York. He became a member of the National Academy in 1895, and has exhibited there since 1883. Among his works are ‘Road to School’ (1883); ‘Puzzled’ (1884); ‘Short Measure’ (1885); ‘An Interior’ (1886), etc.