Arthur Moyse

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Arthur Moyse (21 June 1914 – 22 February 2003) was an Anglo-Irish anarchist, artist and writer. He was born in County Wexford and moved to West London in his youth to Shepherd's Bush where he continued to live until his death.

In his youth he was actively involved in political activity including the battle of Cable Street in 1936. He also saw active service in World War Two, including the airborne landings at Arnhem in 1944, but he was court-martialled twice for insubordination.[1]

As well as being something of a self-publisher, particularly with his attachment to London bohemia life and producing the ZeroOne magazine, he is most commonly known as an art critic and cartoonist. His outpourings would contribute to Freedom, Anarchy and The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly amongst others from the late 1960s to the early 1980s.

Publications[edit]

  • Fragments of Notes for an Autobiography
  • Golden Convolvulus
  • The Mask of Anarchy (Illustrations from Arthur Moyse)
  • More in Sorrow: Six Short Stories
  • Surrealism and Revolution (with Jim Duke)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Peers, David (13 March 2003). "Obituary: Arthur Moyse". Website. London: Guardian.co.uk. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 

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