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Marlow Moss



Lot 37 at the auction Modern and Contemporary Art in Amsterdam on July 1, 2009.

Marlow Moss, British
(High-Res Derivative Image)
($107,925*0.00001 = $1.08)
Estimate: 30,000-50,000 EUR
Sold for 96,750 EUR
Price Point Value $107,925 USD
Auctioned on Jul 1 2009

Description & Provenance & Exhibitions & Literature
Marlow Moss
1890 - 1958
signed and dated 1944
oil on canvas and wood
81 by 64 cm.

Collection of the writer A.H. Nijhoff (Antoinette Hendrika Nijhoff-Wind, wife of the poet Martinus Nijhoff), Biggekerke, acquired directly from the artist
Galleri Konstruktiv Tendens, Stockholm
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1983

Zurich, Galerie Gimpel & Hanover, Marlow Moss (1890-1958) Bilder, Konstructionen, Zeichnungen, December 1973 - January 1974, p. 74, no. 12, illustrated in colour
Basel, Galerie Schreiner, Avant-garde der konstruktiven Kunst, 1978, pp. 130-133, illustrated
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Marlow Moss, March - April 1962, no. 16

F. Dijkstra, Marlow Moss: constructiviste + het reconstructieproject, 's-Hertogenbosch 1994, pp. 31, 37, no. S28, illustrated in colour

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