Peel Park

L.S. Lowry

R.B.A., R.A.

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"Peel Park" (Salford)
Signed, Limited edition print of 850
Published by Venture prints in 1973
Copyright in all countries inc. USA
Stamped by the fine art trade guild
Image size 30"x 15"
This area was a regular haunt for Lowry, and although many of the buildings were in existence at the time he painted this scene;
Lowry would often move certain features in order to make a 'better' painting.

The Park is named after former Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, elected from 1834 to 1835 and 1841 to 1846.
He made a huge impact on the people of Salford through his reforms, which limited the hours that women and children could work in factories.
And of course founding the police force, and repealing the Corn Laws; which ensured cheap bread for the population.
Please take a moment to browse and enjoy the signed limited edition prints and paintings by wildlife artist David Shepherd,
Also the work of Sir William Russell Flint whose paintings and signed limited edition prints are in great demand.
Famous for his portraits of Cecilia, Flint's greatest works illustrate the architecture and landscape throughout rural France

The work of Mr L.S. Lowry has become of great artistic and financial importance of recent years.
A selection of his signed prints and drawings can be viewed and bought here
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