Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen

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Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen
Born (1879-06-26)June 26, 1879
Kloetinge[1]
Died April 1, 1955(1955-04-01) (aged 75)[1]
Ede
Nationality Dutch
Buildings Cirebon Kejaksan Station
Cut Mutiah Mosque
Kunstkring Art Gallery

Pieter Adriaan Jacobus "Piet" Moojen (26 June 1879 - 1 April 1955) was a Netherlands-Indies architect, painter and writer. He studied architecture and painting in Antwerp.[2] He lived and worked in the Dutch East Indies from 1903 to 1929.[2] Moojen became widely known for his work on the Dutch entry at the Paris Colonial Exposition in 1931.[1] He was active as an architect between 1909 to 1931.[1]

Works[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Painting[edit]

  • Een prinselijke Javaanse danser (1923)
  • Een markt op Bali (unknown year)

Book[edit]

  • Kunst op Bali: inleidende studie tot de bouwkunst (1926)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "MOOJEN, PIETER ADRIAAN JACOBUS". NAI (in Dutch). Documentatie van Beelden Kunst in Zuid-Holland. Retrieved January 1, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Heuken, Adolf (2001). Menteng: kota taman pertama di Indonesia (in Indonesian). Yayasan Cipta Loka Caraka. p. 20.