You may not know Marlow Moss. The woman who dressed as a man and was inspired by Mondrian was once long forgotten by the Art History books. Today, she is recognized as one of the most important Constructivist artists from England - thanks to her minimalist compositions in primary colors, created after World War II.
As well as producing abstract works, like those of Mondrian, the artist also became famous for her sculptures. You can check it all out at the newest exhibition at the Tate Modern - and discover how women contributed to Neoplasticism.