|ID||PR71, P/R71, S54|
|Title||White, Yellow, Blue and Red|
|Media||Oil on canvas|
|Size||98 x 98 cm|
|Location||The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Accession number: 872.1166.|
|Provenance||Gift of W. S. Nijhoff, via Dr. Willem Sandberg, Amsterdam, to the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.|
|References|| Ankie De Jongh-Vermeulen, Marlow Moss - De
Constructie Van Een Nieuwe Werkelijkheid, Jong-Holland, Vol. 10, No. 4,1994, Illustration 10, p45, (in black and white).
And in the Galerie Creuze (installation shot) and Hanover exhibition catalogues.
|Exhibitions||Galerie Creuze 1957, Hanover 1958, Amsterdam 1962.|
|Notes||LH notes, "A black and white photograph of this painting is held in the un-catalogued Paule Vezelay
collection of the Tate Archives. It is dated 1955-6. A detailed diagram of the colour composition is written in pencil on the back.
A preliminary drawing is in existence, in colour, with calculations, see WP35.
This painting appears in a black and white photograph of Marlow Moss's studio taken in 1958".