English artist; born in London Feb. 8, 1833; studied painting in Paris and Antwerp, and exhibited his first pictures in those cities. Later he was an exhibitor at the London Academy, Grosvenor, and New galleries. He has been very active in the cause of international arbitration and peace, and was chairman of the International Peace Association.
Moscheles edited Felix Mendelssohn's letters to his father, and is the author of "In Bohemia with Du Maurier," and "The Fragments of an Autobiography," 1904.
- Who's Who, 1904.