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Alexander Mosses

(1793-1837), Painter

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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Adam Sree Goona Munhi Rathana Vadheygay, by Robert Hicks, published by  Henry Fisher, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D46404

Adam Sree Goona Munhi Rathana Vadheygay

by Robert Hicks, published by Henry Fisher, after Alexander Mosses
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1821
NPG D46404

William Scoresby, by Edward A. Smith, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D5923

William Scoresby

by Edward A. Smith, after Alexander Mosses
line engraving, published 1821
NPG D5923

John Yates, by Francis Engleheart, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D36241

John Yates

by Francis Engleheart, after Alexander Mosses
engraving, 1825
NPG D36241

Edward Bickersteth, by Samuel William Reynolds, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D31753

Edward Bickersteth

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Alexander Mosses
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D31753

Edward Bickersteth, by Samuel William Reynolds, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D31754

Edward Bickersteth

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Alexander Mosses
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D31754

Edward Bickersteth, by Samuel William Reynolds, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D1300

Edward Bickersteth

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Alexander Mosses
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D1300

Edward Bickersteth, by Samuel William Reynolds, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D704

Edward Bickersteth

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Alexander Mosses
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D704

William Swainson, by Edward Francis Finden, published by  Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D6906

William Swainson

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, after Alexander Mosses
stipple engraving, published 1840
NPG D6906

Dr Adam Clarke and the Priests of Buddha, probably by John Henry Robinson, published by  Fisher Son & Co, after  Alexander Mosses - NPG D2083

Dr Adam Clarke and the Priests of Buddha

probably by John Henry Robinson, published by Fisher Son & Co, after Alexander Mosses
line and stipple engraving, published 1844 (exhibited 1820)
NPG D2083

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