Federico Moja (October 20, 1802 – March 29, 1885) was an Italian painter, known best for his vedute and views of interior architecture. Born in Milan into a family of artists, Moja began studying at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in 1818 and became a pupil of Giovanni Migliara at the same time.
His early work is characterized by perspective urban views, monastery interiors and subjects of a historical and literary nature addressed in strict accordance with his master’s teachings. A stay in Paris and trips to France between 1830 and 1834 provided new subjects, including the church of Saint Germaine that were painted repeatedly, sometimes at intervals of many years.
In 1841, whe
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