|ID||SC5, S/C5, B2|
|Title||Sphere Raised by Tension of Curved Line|
|Media||Steel wire and marble|
|Size||29 x 15 cm|
|References||Ankie De Jongh-Vermeulen, Miss Marlow Moss En Mondriaan, Vrij Nederland. 7th January 1994, p. 50. Installation shot of Arnhem show (image 3).
And in the Gimpel exhibition catalogue.
|Exhibitions||Amsterdam 1962, Middelburg 1972, Gimpel 1973-4, Arnhem 1994-5.|
|Sources||LH, fig. 1 from FM, fig. 2 from LH.|
|Notes||LH notes, "Variable in appearance, for example the illustration from the 1973 Gimpel and Hanover
Gallery catalogue [fig. 3] and the photograph of the 1994 Arnhem show that appeared in De Jongh-Vermeulen's 1994 Vrii Nederland article [fig. 4]".
"The [second] image (taken by Florette Dijkstra) shows 'Sphere Raised by Tension of Curved Line' at the Arnhem show, in the same position as the image from the De Jongh-Vermeulen article, however the angle of the shot gives the sculpture an entirely different appearance. The middle photograph above shows the sculpture arranged into a different form all together. This is to assume that the Gimpel and Hanover Gallery sculpture is the same object as the Arnhem one. This work can be seen on a table in a photograph taken of Moss's Lamorna studio in the fifties", see fig. 5.