Moses Swett (1804 - December 20, 1838) was an American artist, lithographer, and draughtsman. Swett worked for a time with the Pendleton Lithography firm of Boston before relocating in 1830 to Baltimore and partnering with George Endicott to found Endicott and Swett, located in Graphic Hall. In 1831 the partners relocated again, this time to New York City. The partnership dissolved in July of 1834, and Swett began to publish independently in New York. In 1837, he relocated to Washington D.C. where he issued several political cartoons. Swett returned to Boston in 1838 where he died of unknown causes on December 20.