Musch studied at Academie Minerva (1936–1940) in his hometown Groningen, where he studied under W. Valk, Arnold Willem Kort Kort and C.P. de Wit. From 1947 to 1981, Musch was lecturer at the Academy Minerva, succeeding his former teacher De Wit. He was a teacher of amongst others Henk Helmantel, Wim Crouwel and Martin Tissing. Musch married in 1943 painter Johanna (To) Jager, whom he had met at Academy Minerva. Musch was a member of the artists movement "De Jongeren" (1941–1942) and of the "Drentse Schilders" (1947–1953). In 1954 he was co-founder of the "Drents Schilders Genootschap".
Themes and style
Musch made oil paintings and watercolors and his subjects include landscapes and portraits in naturalistic-impressionistic style. He also worked as a lithographer and illustrator of books, including "Kinderen in verstand en boosheid", by the writer Piet Keuning.
- van Dijk van, Francis; Drijvers, H. J. W. (1998). Leraren van de Academie Minerva. Een keuze uit twee eeuwen kunstonderwijs in Groningen. Groningen: Benjamin & Partners. ISBN 90-5477-019-8.
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- "Catalogue of retrospective exhibition in 1988". Docs.google.com. Retrieved 2014-06-16.
- Uitgeverij Profiel BV. "Kinderen in verstand en in boosheid - Profiel uitgeverij". Profiel.nl. Retrieved 2014-06-16.
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