Harriet Jane Moore
Harriet Jane Moore (1801–1884) was a British watercolour artist who is remembered for her drawings of Michael Faraday's work at the Royal Institution. She documented his apartment, study, and laboratory in a series of watercolour paintings in the early 1850s. Letters between Faraday and Moore survive at the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
She was the daughter of James Carrick Moore (1762–1840) and Harriet Henderson (1779–1866), the eldest of 5 children. She was the niece of Sir John Moore the British army general in the Peninsular war.
- Royal Historical Society Bibliography - Record details Giving date of death. Accessed July 2008
- Genealogy of the Moore family Showing details of her parents and siblings. At JJ Heath-Caldwell family history. Accessed July 2008.
- Early 1860s (albumen print) photograph of Harriet Moore At Bridgeman Art Library. Accessed July 2008.
- Harriet Jane Moore gallery at archive.com Accessed February 2010.
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- Prints by Harriet Moore at myartprints.com . Accessed July 2008
- Sergeant Anderson in the Basement Laboratory, 1852 (w/c on paper) Print at Europicture. Accessed July 2008
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