Drawing [19/2/73] is one of a group of fourteen works in pencil and oil pastel in Tate’s collection (T12222–T12235) by the abstract artist Jeremy Moon. This drawing from 1973 comprises an arrangement of red and blue lines drawn within a loosely-sketched, upturned rectangular frame. The composition is constructed around two almost vertical lines that cross the length of the frame, from which numerous shorter lines branch out. This work seems to be related to the painting No. 5/73 (T01842), produced by Moon in the same year, which comprises a network of yellow lines on a rectangular white plane. The drawing is signed.