L. S. Lowry (1887-1976) is best known for painting industrial scenes of North West England in the mid 20th century. His characteristic style has a dreamlike quality, populated by stylised figures referred to as 'matchstick men'. Although Lowry was trained in academic drawing, he chose to develop his own naive style which has brought him widespread recognition. His mysterious, weatherless landscapes express a personal response to the world around him that never fails to bewitch the viewer. Lowry's paintings tell the true tale behind English city life.
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Came when you said it would, good protective packaging. Looks great when out of packaging and on the wall.
10 months ago
Everything about my order with you went very smoothly and efficiently. I would have no hesitation in using your services again. My only slight disappointment is the fact that you feel it necessary to need feedback such as this. I have grown to expect it of Specsavers, Tescos and the like. Your business is in a different category to those stores and your reputation should speak for itself. Thank you.
Brilliant service and the painting and framing look great. First time I’ve used this company and it won’t be the last. It is hard to find somewhere with such choices of images, sizes and frames choices.
This is the fourth print i have bought and is probably my favourite.
This picture is very different in subject matter from the industrial scenes that most people associate with Lowry. I first saw it on a birthday card (naturally!) and loved it immediately. For me the combination of a rural scene with Lowry's style is both appealing and also intriguing. It is deceptively simple. I was so pleased to find it available as a print and it looks wonderful frame.
Lovely picture, exactly as expected, beautiful subdued colours.
Very pleased with this purchase. This one and also "Yachts at Lytham", "Sailing Boats" and "Hawker's Court" all by Lowry. The quality of reproduction appears good and the frames (black) well made with very tidy miter joints.
Good value for money and I will buy more.