The Lake 1951

L.S. Lowry

R.B.A., R.A.


lowry the lake 1951 painting

"The Lake, 1951"
Image size
Original drawing,

This 1951 painting of 'The Lake' is much more desolate that the earlier painting titled 'The Lake' in 1937.
It shows a vast expanse of still water, encaptured by hills all around.
Nothing is moving, nothing appears to be living,
A most dreary, empty wasteland with little to offer.
Perhaps Lowry saw something totally different, and my interpretation is way off the mark, we shall never know to be sure.

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