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Robert Moseley (circa 1781-1856), Publisher

Artist associated with 5 portraits
Moseley was active in Derby from 1800 to 1854, initially as a carver and gilder, then also as a silversmith and jeweller. He was also a picture and print dealer and publisher. From 1841, he continued the business in partnership with his nephew, Henry, trading as Moseley & Nephew.

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D1548

Edward Cooper

by William Say, published by Robert Moseley, published by and after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 1819
NPG D1548

D7486

John Balguy

by William Say, published by Robert Moseley, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 4 August 1829 (1828)
NPG D7486

D11347

Edward Cooper

by William Say, published by Robert Moseley, published by and after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 1819
NPG D11347

D40118

Charles Reece Pemberton

by Charles Edward Wagstaff, published by Robert Moseley, after Octavius Oakley
stipple engraving, published 12 March 1840
NPG D40118

D39574

Sir Joseph Paxton

by Samuel William Reynolds, published by Robert Moseley, and published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, and published by J.L. Grundy, after Octavius Oakley
mixed-method engraving, published 1 May 1851
NPG D39574

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