Mosse Stoopendaal Artist (1901–1948) was trained by his father the artist, Georg Stoopendaal. He devoted himself to drawing and painting at a very young age. The paintings were mainly done in oil and watercolour. It was not only his father who taught him, but also his mother Anna Stoopendaal had a part in his development. Stoopendaal's studio was mainly out in nature. Since his studio was mainly out in nature, the motifs thus became landscapes with animals - often birds, hares and foxes. He died in an accident in 1948.