Nicolaas van der Waay

Artist (Netherlands)
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Nicolaas van der Waay (15 October 1855, Amsterdam - 18 December 1936, Amsterdam) was a Dutch decorative artist, watercolorist and lithographer. He worked in many genres, including stamp, coin and banknote designs. He is perhaps best known for the allegorical illustrations he created for the Golden Coach and a series of paintings depicting the lives of girls from the Amsterdam Orphange.