MOLLER, Johannes Heinrich Ludwig

1813 - 1885

Johannes Heinrich Ludwig Möller, was born Falkenhagen (Rischenau), Lippe, Germany on 22 May and baptised at Evangelisch, Fakenhagen, Lippe on 27 May 1813, son of Christoph Mueller and his wife Anna Maria née Niemann. He painted miniature portraits of monarchs and various different important people and exhibited at the Royal Academy 1847-1873. He was also known as J. (Chevalier) Möller; Johannes (Chevalier) Möller; Johannes Heinrich Ludwig Möller; Johannes Ludw. Heinr. Möller; Johan Ludwig Heinrich Møller and Johannes Møller. Not strictly a Suffolk painter but in 1881, was a widower 'artist painter', boarding at 84 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmund's, the home of Harriet Edith Payne [q.v.] and was probably giving Edith art instruction. He died at 21 Warrior Gardens, St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings on 30 October 1885, aged 67, leaving issue.













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