Maria Vos Net Worth

Maria Vos was born on December 21, 1824, is Actress. Maria Vos is a South African actress. She trained at ACT Cape Town after having completed degrees in English Literature and General Linguistics at Stellenbosch University.Maria grew up in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, where her parents (a teacher and a minister) still reside. While at school, she studied acting, singing, and the piano, and excelled at languages. Maria is a bilingual speaker of English and Afrikaans, and speaks intermediate Dutch and German and basic French as additional languages.

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Who is it?Actress
Birth DayDecember 21, 1824
Died On11 January 1906(1906-01-11) (aged 81)nOosterbeek, Netherlands
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She was born to the family of a stockbroker. She originally studied what would now be called “home economics” at a French boarding school in Weesp. But, as was Common for upper-class young ladies at the time, she also received drawing lessons, from Christiaan Andriessen. Later, she studied painting with Petrus Kiers. In 1844, she had a showing at the Exhibition of Living Masters and, in 1847, became an honorary member of the “Royal Academy of Fine Arts” in Amsterdam.


She worked there until 1853, when she moved to Oosterbeek and joined a group of Painters known as the Hollandse Barbizon. In 1863, her friend, Adriana Johanna Haanen, the sister-in-law of her Teacher, Kiers, joined her there. Seven years later, they built a home known as the “Villa Grada”, where they gave drawing and painting lessons. Haanen died in 1895, but Vos remained and became one of the last artists in residence there. On her eightieth birthday, she received a personal tribute from seventy members of Arti et Amicitiae.

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Although Vos is primarily known for still lifes, she also did portraits, landscapes and cityscapes, including a series of watercolors depicting Oosterbeek. She mostly exhibited in the Netherlands and Belgium, but also had a showing at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. Much of her work has been lost (or misplaced), but due to the sheer quantity of her output, much remains. Major retrospectives of her work were held in 1973 and 2002.


1824 births
1906 deaths
Dutch women painters
Artists from Amsterdam
19th-century Dutch painters
19th-century women artists
Dutch still life painters


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