Henry Pether, (5 March 1800 - 1865), (f. 1828-1865) was an English landscape painter, the son of Abraham Pether (1756-1812) and brother of Sebastian Pether (1790-1844). All were known for their skill in portraying moonlit scenes. His father's cousin, William Pether (1738-1821), was a well-known engraver. He exhibited 7 paintings at the Royal Academy (1812 to 1862), 1 painting of Venice at the British Insitution, and 3 paintings at the Royal Society of British Artists. He painted views of London, the English countryside and Venice. The work of Pether is represented in Tate Britain, London, and the Museum of London.