Portrait of Joseph Moxon Frederick-Hendrik van den Hove
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Portrait of Joseph Moxon
Portrait of Joseph Moxon, engraved by Frederick Hendrik van Hove in 1692.
Joseph Moxon (1627-1691) was a printer specialising in mathematical books and maps, and a mathematical instrument maker. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in November 1678.
From a set of albums known as Collectanea Newtoniana, a selection of prints, original artwork and manuscripts relating to Newton, collected by Charles Turnor (1768-1853). Turnor was an astronomer, collector and Fellow of the Royal Society. He owned Woolsthorpe Manor (Newton’s birthplace).
- Image reference: RS-17124
- ©The Royal Society
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