Julius Moser studied at the Berlin Academy under the tutelage of Ferdinand August Fischer and Friedrich Drake. Moser studied abroad in Paris and Rome from 1857 to 1858. He was also a Royal professor in Berlin in 1888.
His sculptors consisted of single and groups of mythological and allegorical content, and are characterized by the sinuous forms. In his portrait busts and statues, there is a reflection of a sense of nature, simple and realistic. His statues and monuments are displayed at the National Gallery, Holy Trinity Church in Berlin, and a colossal bronze statue of King Friedrich of Prussia, just to name a few.
His main works are:
- The monument of Cornelius de Greiff in Krefeld, the benefactor of the city
- The seated sandstone figure of the art technology on the outside of the (old) National Gallery
- The colossal statue of Christ blessing the Holy Trinity Church in Berlin (1875)
- The war memorial Naumburg for Naumburg (Saale)
- The bust of General Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz in the western Feldherrenhalle the Hall of Fame of the Berlin armory
- The Kurt Christoph Graf von Schwerin there -Büste
- Some allegorical groups at Schloss Dwasieden the banker Adolph von Hansemann on Rügen .
- The colossal bronze statues of the kings Friedrich Wilhelm I and Friedrich Wilhelm III. of Prussia over the columned entrance of the administration building of Hauptkadettenanstalt in United Lichterfelde in Berlin
- The group of fisheries for the Belle-Alliance Bridge (now Halle Gate Bridge, Berlin-Kreuzberg )
- The marble group of Amor , where a nymph steals the weapons
- The Werner von Siemens -Sitzbild on Potsdamer Brücke in Berlin
and 1888 a monument to Adelbert von Chamisso for Monbijou Palace Berlin.