Broadway Gallery

5641 B General Washington Drive - Alexandria, Virginia 22312 | 703.354.2905
1025-J Seneca Road- Great Falls, Virginia 22066 | 703.450.8005

John Matthew Moore

We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.

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  • BellBell
  • Black and White Magnolia BudBlack and White Magnolia Bud
  • Common Lune - EggCommon Lune - Egg
  • Hans Mayer on ChocolateHans Mayer on Chocolate
  • Hodgson Shortwing - EggHodgson Shortwing - Egg
  • Magpie Robin - EggMagpie Robin - Egg
  • Orchid 1Orchid 1
  • Orchid 2Orchid 2
  • Orchid 3Orchid 3
  • Orchid 4Orchid 4
  • Painted Snipe - EggPainted Snipe - Egg
  • Plums on ChocolatePlums on Chocolate
  • ShellShell
  • SOLD - Carnival de NiceSOLD - Carnival de Nice
  • SOLD - Carnival de Nice with YellowSOLD - Carnival de Nice with Yellow
  • SOLD - Red TulipSOLD - Red Tulip
  • SOLD - Rococo TulipSOLD - Rococo Tulip
  • SOLD - Tulip 1SOLD - Tulip 1
  • SOLD - Tulip 2SOLD - Tulip 2
  • SOLD-Blue ParrotSOLD-Blue Parrot
  • SOLD-Burning HeartSOLD-Burning Heart


John Matthew Moore is a botanical artist with a fresh approach to this well know genre. Moore's medium of choice is the velvety, chalk enriched watercolour known as gouache, with which he excels in the mastery of colour and attention to detail. The opaque pigments of gouache enable Moore to achieve stunning effects ranging from light shining through petals to the deep, dark, rich tones of his red tulips.

Although the inspiration for his works is drawn from 17th and 18th century botanical and classical works of art, Moore's own vision is evident. His paintings are larger than life, seeming to explode off of the page while maintaining their scientific integrity, resulting in a photo-realistic effect.

Moore's paintings are displayed in many prominent international private and public collections due to representation in London, Beverly Hills, New York, Washington, DC, and Atlanta. In addition, his works have been placed in prestigious show homes including Southern Accents 2000 Capital Design House in Washington, DC (Barry Dixon, designer), the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Design House, (Franya Waide, designer) and the 2008 Holiday Show House in New York City, (Kelly Proxmire, designer) to name a few.