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An extensive selection of Signed Prints, Limited Editions and Original Lithographs. Over one hundred pictures on display.
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Lowry Prints and Lithographs.
There are approximately 54 signed Lowry prints (signed, limited edition print titles) by and 17 lithographic prints.
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Approximately 26 unsigned, Lowry limited edition prints.
Numerous open edition, poster prints of decorative not numbered or personally signed, of decorative value only, were published.
The signed prints usually have an embossed stamp, by the Fine art trade guild, or that of the publisher.
Some print titles are simply signed by the artist and numbered.
Several print titles eg. 'Mill scene' print, 'Level crossing' print, and 'Market scene' print are simply signed in pencil by L.S. Lowry.
But not stamped or numbered, although they are limited edition prints (editions of 750).

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Lowry both liked and understood these industrial areas, he had no need to travel abroad, journeying from one side of the city to the other gave him all the depth he required for his paintings. One of his first reviewers, Bernard Taylor, commented in 1921. Lowry's portrait of Lancashire is more grimly like that of a caricature, because it is done with the intimacy of affection.

He emphasises violently everything that industrialism has done to make the aspect of Lancashire more forbidding than that of most other places. Many of us may comfort ourselves a little with contemplating suburban roads, parks, or gardens in public squares, or with the lights and colours of morning or sunset. L.S.Lowry has refused all comfortable delusions. Lowry has kept his vision as fresh as if he had come suddenly into the most forbidding part of Hulme or Ancoats under the gloomiest skies after a holiday in France or Italy'

Lowry Signed, Limited Edition prints

seaside promenade litho print
Seaside Promenade
Original Lithograph

ls lowry sailing boats print
Sailing Boats

man holding child print
Man Holding Child

his family print
His Family

the old steps Stockport litho print
The Old Steps, Stockport
Original Lithograph

two brothers print
Two Brothers

the noticeboard print
The Noticeboard

people standing about print
People Standing About

view of a town print
View of a Town

our town print
Our Town

level crossing with train print
Level crossing with Train Lowry

station approach print
Sation Approach

level crossing Burton on Trent print
Level Crossing
Burton-on-Trent

the contraption print
The Contraption

peel park print
Peel Park

on the sands print
On the Sands
Lowry

deal print
Deal

the beach print
The Beach

ferry boats print
Ferry Boats

the harbour print
The Harbour
Signed limited edition print

industrial panorama print
Industrial Panorama

the cart print
The Cart

ls punch and judy print
Punch and Judy

going to the match print
Going to the Match
Signed limited edition print

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The life and work of L.S.Lowry Salford's artist
Laurence Stephen Lowry began life in Rusholme, Manchester, November 1887, the only child of Mr R S Lowry from Ireland and his wife Elizabeth (maiden name; Hobson). He attended a neighborhood school in Victoria Park, but took private classes from William Fitz, before begining his work as a clerk for an agency of chartered accountants in 1904, that would show him the many sights he would later use for his paintings.

From 1905-1915 Lowry attended drawing and painting courses at the Municipal College of Artwork (later Manchester College of Art, now a part of Manchester Metropolitan University), where Lowry was tutored by the now well known an highly regarded artist, Adolphe Valette.

He moved to Pendlebury in Salford together with his parents in 1909, for almost forty years Lowry lived here. Throughout this time Lowry attended art classes at Salford School of Art, growing a strange, almost morbid curiosity for the city and industrial landscape. Lowry was fascinated by its people, who toiled night and day against incredible odds, to make a living for themselves, working long hours in terrible conditions, with little to show financially. Large families living in small terrace houses with barely sufficient food, and the Fever Van never far away.

Lowry exhibited with the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts from 1919, as well as showing paintings in the Paris Salon. By the early 1930s Lowry was exhibiting at the 'Royal Academy', London, and was awarded an honorary Master of Art at Manchester College in 1945, and Doctor of Letters in 1961. In 1962 he was elected to the Royal Academy, and given freedom of the City of Salford in 1965.

He lived in Mottram till he died in 1976; the people of Manchester showed an unprecedented homage to this great master of art.

L.S. Lowry is without doubt, one of the most celebrated of British artists and his unique contribution to recording the interval, tradition and panorama of commercial Salford and Manchester is without parallel.

His work is a most distinctive and comprehensive report of the pre and post World War Two northern industrial towns. Many people affiliate Lowry with "matchstick figures", but he's recognized to have produced over 10,000 works, ranging from completed oil paintings to swiftly drawn sketches.

The local industrial scenes were his most frequent topics but he additionally painted seascapes and portraits. Lowry was an amazing humorist and had intense insight into human nature, characterising it without sentiment. Later in his life Lowry worked on producing paintings of figures either singly or collectively, invariably in opposition to a white background.

Throughout his lifetime, he also produced thousands of pencil drawings, these have become very collectable and the most detailed ones are very professionally drawn.
Lowry was not registered with any doctor; in 1976 he died at hospital from pneumonia.

He had little time for the financial sharks that would 'hound' him on a daily basis, and the galleries hoping to inherit a number of works in Lowry's will, they kept in close contact with him throughout his old age, only to learn that Lowry had left all his paintings to a lady, with the same surname (Carol Ann), who had written him a letter when she was a young girl, asking how she may learn to be an artist.

His standing as one of the foremost British artists of the 20th Century was strengthened when the painting "Going To The Match" was sold for a record
£1.9 million to the Manchester based 'Professional Footballers Association'.
Manchester's newly built museum gallery, The Centre in Salford Quays, now holds a major collection of his work.

There is to be a major exhibition of paintings and drawings by L.S Lowry in The Tate Gallery 2013.

There are relatively few signed prints now available. Many artists such as David Shepherd
signed hundreds of titles, and each edition can sometimes be in excess of a thousand.
But Lowry agreed to only fifty four signed prints, and each title ranged from 95 to 850 in the edition. (75 in the case of the lithograph signed prints)
Once the signed prints had been published, the work was copyrighted and the original printing plates were destroyed so that apart from the original painting
only the agreed number of signed prints were produced.
Needless to say that after 50 or so years , from an edition of 850, there are a mere fraction of the edition that still exists in good condition.
Many will have been lost damaged (often by the glass breaking), being stored in damp conditions or the case of several titles,
fading, due to the printers who have not used the lightfast inks and acid free paper.

Our gallery in the East Midlands
diplays over 100 limited edition prints, personally signed by Mr L.S. Lowry, undoubtedly the largest collection in the UK.
Some interesting facts regarding L.S.Lowry's paintings;-
Paintings, drawings and signed prints by L S Lowry have become some of the most sought after art work in the country today.
Through the use of paint, canvas and pencil, this artist from the Manchester area in Lancashire, has managed to capture with
remarkable accuracy and with direct, honest and a truthful vision, the spirit of a moment in time that has long since disapperared.
Lowry shows the profound sadness and hardship endured by Lancashire's inhabitants on a daily basis, in a way that we can understand
and have a greater insight to this strange and almost toturous way of life.
We can see from a few examples how the price of L.S. Lowry paintings and signed prints have dramatically increased over the years.
" A painting recently sold for ten times the original price"
The Thames from Whitehall Court (22" x 26" oil on canvas), sold for £520,000
Although less sought after than Lowry's views of the northern industrial areas,
this work made a large return for the vendor when purchased in 1987 for £22,000.
An increase of x 23.5 over the 22 year period indicates that it has been a superb investment
and the returns were far in excess of both the FTSE 100 and the property market.

The highest price for one painting was £1.9 million when 'Going To The Match' was sold in 1999.

Later in 2007, the sale of the Lowry's painting "Daisy Nook Fair" achieved £3.8m.

May, 2011 "The Football Match" painting (not 'Going to the match') by Lowry was sold for £5,641,250.

November, 2011 The 1960 painting of 'Piccadilly Circus' by L.S.Lowry was sold for £5,641,250

Recently the 'Going to the Match' painting has been valued at £6,000,000-10,000,000

2013 exhibition tate gallery
Major Lowry Exibition at the Tate Gallery, London 26th June - 20th October, 2013

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Please take a few moments to view the paintings and signed prints by wildlife artist David Shepherd,
The fine work of Sir William Russell Flint whose paintings and signed prints are highly collectable. Can be seen at this website
Famous for his portraits of Cecilia, Flint's greastest works illustrate the architecture and landscape throughout rural France
This holiday house near Brantome, France is ideally situated to enjoy the Dordogne
The work of Mr L.S. Lowry has become of great artistic and financial importance of recent years. A selection of his prints and paintings can be viewed here
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