|ID||PR67, P/R67, S53|
|Title||Composition White, Yellow, Blue and Black with Black Lines|
|Media||Oil on canvas|
|Size||61 x 76 cm|
|Signed||bottom left of canvas, "Marlow Moss 1956-57".|
|Location||The collection of Ankie de Jongh-Vermeulen, The Netherlands|
|References||Ankle De Jongh-Vermeulen, Marlow Moss -De Constructie Van Een
Nieuwe Werkelijkheid, Jong-Holland, Vol. 10, No. 4,1994, pp. 40-52, Illustration 17, p. 48.
In the Hanover and Mondriaanhuis exhibition catalogues and the Christie's auction catalogue.
|Exhibitions||Hanover 1958, Amsterdam 1962, Middelburg 1972, Arnhrm 1994-5, Mondriaanhuis 2003.|
|Auctions||This work appeared twice in Modern and Contemporary Art sales, at Christie's Amsterdam, in 1992: first as Lot 220, on Tuesday 19th May, with an estimate of 25-35,000 GLDR, bought in; and then as Lot 281 on Thursday 10th December, with a lower estimate of 10-15,000 GLDR, when it sold for 13,800 GLDR.|
|Notes||LH notes, "A black and white photograph of this work is held in the un-catalogued Paule Vezelay
Collection at the Tate Archives. On the back of the photograph the work is dated as 1955-56.
It also states details of the paintings colours: cadmium lemon yellow, cobalt blue.
Information regarding auctions has been sourced from www. artnet. com.
This work is identifiable in a photograph taken of Moss's Lamoma studio in the fifties".