International Journal of Art & Design Education

An Effect of Modernism: Victor Hume Moody 1915 - 1927

Volume 14.3   1995



This illustrated case study of Victor Hume Moody notes the effect of two styles of teaching painting, one at Battersea Polytechnic c. 1915 and the other at the royal College of Art c. 1929, on the future painting and teaching of a young man who was to become the headmaster of Malvern School of Art and known for his adherence to 'traditional' values.