Pedro de Moya
Born in Granada, he was first trained under Juan del Castillo in Seville. He enlisted as a soldier for the armies in Flanders. Upon his discharge in 1641, he traveled to London. From there he returned to Seville and Granada. He painted mostly religious paintings.
- Stirling-Maxwell, William (1891). Annals of the Artists of Spain (Volume II). 14 King William St. #4, Strand, London; Original from Fogg Library, Digitized June 22, 2007: John C. Nimmo. pp. page 815–6.
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