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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Very pleased with pictures. First class and excellent delivery
2 months ago
Another fab picture with frame...
3 months ago
Can't get enough of Lowry, this must be one of his best pictures, it is now mine. The characters in red just draw you in. So much to see and makes you wonder what Lowry was thinking about when he painted it.
4 months ago
Lovely Lowry print - a match for The Market Place, which I bought for my husband last Christmas. He’s delighted!
Mrs S B
Very pleased lovely print
I have used King & McGaw several times and the service, product, packaging and delivery has been first class.
Wonderful quality and top value
Mrs Beatrice A
Once again Lowry does not disappoint with the detail within his pictures. This particular one has a touch of bright red in it which makes it more interesting, every time you return to the scene you find something different. This was a gift for my son who already has two larger pictures and requested more. He is delighted with this one as there are others called The Procession but do not has as much detail. Thank you.
Really like Lowry and this picture was just what I was looking for , good range of sizes and frames ,very pleased .
Great service quick delivery good quality product will use again and recommend to others