|ID||PR63, P/R63, S-|
|Title||Untitled (White, Black, Blue and Yellow)|
|Media||Oil on canvas|
|Size||71 x 55.9 cm|
|Location||Tate Gallery, London, (accession number: L02408).|
|Provenance||W. S. Nijhoff gave this work to Moss's youngest sister Gwendolyn, upon Moss's death in 1958. It has since passed down to Hazel Rank-Broadley, the granddaughter of Moss's older sister Gladys. It was lent to Tate by Rank-Broadley in 2001.|
|Exhibitions||Amsterdam 1962, Middelburg 1972, Gimpel 1973-4.|
|Notes||LH notes, "I had confused this work with the previous work (P/R 62), but they are two separate works. I
realised this upon seeing this work at the Tate Stores on the 12`h April 2006. This work may be an aborted first attempt, as it seems unfinished; there are visible pencil lines, and the 'white' sections are unpainted. Also there is no signature at the bottom of the blue column.
A preliminary drawing exists", see WP31.