WHITE, BLACK AND RED
signed and dated: Marlow Moss 1950 (lower right); also signed and inscribed: Moss Marlow Lamorna Penzance Cornwall (on the reverse)
oil on canvas in the Artist's painted wooden frame
40.5 by 50.5 cm.; 16 by 20 in.
We are grateful to Florette Dijkstra and Lucy Howarth for their kind assistance with the cataloguing of the present work.
Branco Weiss, possibly
Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm, where acquired by the present owner in 1988
R. Rosen, Marlow Moss: Did She Influence Mondrian's Work of the Thirties?, Arts Magazine, April 1979, fig. 5, pp. 163-65
F. Dijkstra, Marlow Moss: Constructivist + the Reconstruction Project, The Pattern Press, Penzance, 1995, no. S36, p. 38
S. Schaschl, L. Howarth and A. de Jongh-Vermeulen, Marlow Moss: a Forgotten Maverick, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Berlin, 2017, p. 121, illustrated p. 120
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Marlow Moss, 30 March - 30 April 1962, no. 21
Zeeland, Middelburg Town Hall, Marlow Moss, 1972
Zurich, Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, Marlow Moss: Bilder, Konstruktionen, Zeichnungen, 1 December 1973 - 19 January 1974, no. 19, illustrated
London, Gimpel & Hanover Gallery, 1975 (details untraced)
London, The New Art Centre, Cornwall 1945 - 1955, 9 December - 3 November 1977, no. 93
New York, Carus Gallery, Marlow Moss, 17 February - 24 May 1979, no. 7