Jeremy Moon was one of the UK's top painters during the 1960s and early 70s [along with Brigit Riley], but died at the age of 39 in a motorcycle accident.
He studied at the Central School of Art and taught at St. Martin's and the Chelsea Schools of Art.
He had several one-man shows at Annely Juda's gallery [Juda Rowan] and a major restrospective at the Serpentine Gallery in 1976, followed by an Arts Council tour.
Public collections holding his work include the Tate Gallery, British Council and V & A.
A major 60s hard-edge painter as good, if not better, than Riley.