|ID||SC21, S/C21, B14|
|Title||Spatial Construction in Steel|
|Size||128 x 80 x 23 cm|
|Location||Leeds Art Gallery|
|Provenance||Bought by Willem Sandberg from the Stedlijk exhibition in 1962; by descent; Gimpel Fils, London. Sold to The Henry Moore Institute (and Leeds City Council), Leeds, for £36,546 in 2004, from Peter Nahum at the Leicester Galleries. Purchased with the assistance of the Art Fund (£13,000), the Leeds Art Collections Fund and the MLA/V&A Purchase Grant Fund.|
|References||Matthew Withey, The Annual Report of the National Art
Collections Fund: Leeds City Art Gallery - Marlow Moss - Spatial Construction in Steel.
London: The National Art Collections Fund, 2004, illustration number 5396, p. 71.
And in the Hanover and Amsterdam exhibition catalogues.
|Exhibitions||Hanover 1958, Amsterdam. 1962.|
|Auctions||This work appeared as Lot 424, at the Modern and Contemporary Art sale at Sotheby's Amsterdam, on Monday 10`h April 1989. The estimate was ,000-10,000 GLDR, and it remained unsold.|
|Sources||LH, artfund.org, fig. 1 from FM, fig. 2 from Champion up North.|
|Notes||LH notes that, "was possibly also exhibited in the 1975 London version of the 1973-74 Zurich
show Marlow Moss (1890-1958) Bilder, Konstruktionen, Zeichnungen. It is not listed in the catalogue, but it is recorded as being so in The Annual Report of the National Art Collections Fund 2004."