Mary Moser (Mary Moser27 October 1744, London – 2 may 1819, London) was an English painter of Swiss origin. Was one of the most famous women in the British art scene of the XVIII century. Along with Angelika Kaufmannshe was among the founders of the British Royal Academy of arts: over the next century and a half Kaufmann and Moser were the only women in her membership (only in 1936, the year the Academy will accept Laura Knight) . The features of creativity of the artist Mary Moser: became known primarily through the images of bouquets and floral ornaments, the orders which were received including from the British Royal family. In 1792 Queen Charlotte bought Frogmore House in the vicinity of Windsor castle. One room was entirely decorated with flower paintings and frescos of Mary Moser. These works still remain at the Mary Moser Room. Mary Moser was teaching painting daughters of George III and Queen Charlotte.
The Mary Moser painting taught by her father, was a Swiss artist George Moser (George Michael Moser, 1706-1783), who arrived in Britain in 1726 and worked for the king.