Marlow Moss


Marlow Moss: About

Marlow Moss
by Stephen Storm

This is what I wrote on the SnapDragon site in 2002, rewritten in 2012 and now brought up to date.

Marlow Moss is, perhaps, the most underestimated modern British artist. Most (myself included, at first) would probably struggle to correctly identify her gender, much less her oeuvre. She was largely ignored in herlifetime, when the likes of Nicholson and Hepworth were lauded, and is forgotten in the tawdry age of Hirst and Emin (or, perhaps, that should read forgotten until Lucy Howarth got to work).

My interest derives from my study of the works of Mondrian:

Nick Blackburn, June 2017

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