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Jos Mous

Jos Mous, or Joseph Mous, was a Belgian artist who was born in Antwerp in 1896 and died there in 1968. He was a painter, draftsman and sculptor. Education at the Academy and the Higher Institute in Antwerp under the direction of R. Baseleer. Prize of Rome in 1922. Painted the Scheldt and the port of Antwerp with its dockers and horse-drawn carriages, sometimes conceived purely as mood images. His initially gloomy color gradually became harder in tone. As a sculptor-designer of a number of statues, including female figures. For example, was commissioned to make five polychrome statues for the ship Baudouinville. Was a teacher at the Drawing School from 1949 to 1966, later at the Academy in Turnhout. Work in the Museum in Antwerp (Labor at the harbor). Mentioned in Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron
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