Noeh was born in 1926 in Hungary, she studied mural design and painting at the Academy of Applied Arts of Budapest where she won several prizes for wood-batik murals, a medium which she invented. She entered the Academy of Fine Ars in Vienna in 1956 where she studied for a year before coming to Canada in 1958. She is best known for her scenes on Inuit daily Life in the Canadian Arctic. Noeh paints Mainly in acrylic, but also uses oil, color graphite, pencil, and watercolour.
Anna Noeh participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her works are part of many private and public collections and was shown at the Musée des beaux-arts du Québec, and the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal.