Framed (ref: 9861)
Provenance: The Artist's own collection; thence by descent
Brunswick Square, 1940, will be featured as one of the images in our forthcoming on line exhibition: Hidden Gems, Season Two: Windows
John and Nell Moody lived in Brunswick Square after their marriage in 1937. Moody painted this scene from a first floor window, shortly before the house was bomb-damaged during the Blitz. A popular artistic and literary space within Bloomsbury, former residents included Virginia Woolf, Duncan Grant, E.M. Forster and John Ruskin.