Signed, Limited Edition Prints

L.S. Lowry

R.B.A., R.A.

lowry, prints, market scene in a northern town

lowry, signed, prints, mrs swindell's picture

lowry, prints, meeting point

lowry, signed, prints, mill scene

lowry, signed prints, the noticeboard

lowry, signed, prints, on the sands

lowry, signed, prints, our town

lowry, signed, prints, peel park

lowry, signed, prints, people standing about

Over thirty five years specializing in L.S. Lowry's signed, limited edition prints and widely regarded as the world's leading authority

On display in the studio:- 200+ signed, limited edition prints by L.S. Lowry r.b.a. r.a.
Lowry's work has now become amongst the most sought after artwork in the country today.

The signed limited edition print prices are increasing at a rate equal to or greater than the prices of Lowry's original paintings
All the signed limited edition prints we sell are in absolutely pristine condition (or as near as possible in consideration of the age) and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The demand for Lowry signed prints has increased greatly over the years and it is proving a hard task to offer all his published signed limited editions for sale;
the supply is finite and rapidly diminishing..
Most of the Lowry signed limited edition prints are from collectors who bought at the time the print was published.

There were many publishers over the years, some used The Fine Art Trade Guild to stamp and authenticate the work, others simply had Lowry sign and number the prints, sometimes with the publishers embossed stamp.
A signed limited edition title is either stamped by The Fine Art Trade Guild, or numbered, or in the case of 'The Sunday Observer', they published three titles, 'Level Crossing with Train', 'Mill scene',
'Market scene in a Northern Town' as limited editions, and had Lowry sign each print, but there was no stamping or numbering to show the edition number.

It is important to state, there is only one signed limited edition published per title.
No further signed editions were published, and they were either Fine Art Trade Guild stamped or numbered, and/or embossed by the publisher's stamp.
We are able to offer these signed prints for sale, either complete with the original framing, or beautifully mounted in a conservation french bound mount, or framed complete in our workshop using museum quality glass.

These prints are limited editions, personally signed by L.S. Lowry and are 40-70 years old;
Please scroll down, and click on the images below to view a large image and details. (alphabetical order)

Lowry signed prints

ls lowry the beach, signed limited edition print
The Beach

lowry signed print, britain at play
Britain at Play

lowry signed prints, the contraption
The Contraption

lowry signed prints, Burford church

lowry, signed print, berwick on tweed print

lowry, signed, prints, crime lake
Crime Lake

lowry signed limited edition print, deal

lowry, signed prints, the family
The Family

lowry, signed, prints, ferry boats
Ferry Boats

lowry, signed print, the cart
The Cart

lowry, signed prints, football match
Football Match

lowry signed prints, Going to the match
Going to the match

lowry prints, his family
His Family

lowry, signed, prints, Industrial Panorama
Industrial Panorama

lowry, signed, prints, group of children
Group of Children
Signed print

lowry signed prints, the harbour
The Harbour

lowry, prints, lonely house
Lonely House

lowry, signed, prints, great ancoats street
Great Ancoats Street

lowry, signed, prints, fever van
Fever Van

lowry, signed, limited edition, prints, figures in the park
Figures in the Park

lowry prints, huddersfield

lowry, prints, industrial scene
Industrial Scene

lowry, prints, industrial town
Industrial Town

lowry prints, landscape with farm buildings
Landscape Farm Buildings

lowry prints, level crossing with train
Level Crossing, Train
Signed print

lowry, prints, man holding child
Man Holding Child

lowry, prints, man lying on a wall
Man Lying on a Wall

lowry, prints, market scene in a northern town
Market Scene

lowry, prints, meeting point
Meeting Point

lowry, signed, prints, mrs swindell's picture
Mrs Swindell's

lowry, signed, prints, mill scene
Mill Scene

lowry, signed prints, the noticeboard

lowry, signed, prints, on the sands
On the Sands

lowry, signed, prints, peel park
Peel Park

lowry, signed, prints, our town
Our Town
Signed limited edition print

lowry, signed, prints, people standing about
People standing about
Signed limited edition print

lowry, signed prints, pond
The Pond

lowry, prints, reference library
The Reference Library

lowry, signed, prints, sailing boats
Sailing Boats

lowry, signed, prints, st. luke's church
St. Luke's Church

lowry, signed, prints, st. mary's Beswick
St. Mary's, Beswick
Signed print

lowry prints, station approach
Station Approach

lowry, signed, prints, street scene
Street Scene
signed print

lowry, prints, sunday afternoon
Sunday Afternoon
signed original lithograpph

lowry, signed, prints, st. simon's church
St. Simon's Church
Signed print

lowry, signed, prints, portraits lowry medallion
Lowry, parents, medallion

lowry, prints, two brothers
Two Brothers
signed limited edition print

lowry, prints, Three Men and a Cat
Three Men and a Cat
Signed limited edition print

lowry, prints, view of a town
View of a Town

lowry prints, woman with beard
Woman with Beard
signed limited edition print

lowry, signed, prints, woman with beard sketch
Woman with beard sketch
Lowry print, fine art trade guild stamped

ls lowry memorabilia

ls lowry first day cover stamp
first day cover stamp

Lowry Signed, prints illustrated are in stock (99%) and very competitively priced!

Lowry Prints and Lithographs
There are 54 signed limited edition prints and 17 black and white original ganymed signed limited edition lithographs;
Approximately 26 unsigned, Lowry limited edition prints; many of these unsigned limited edition prints do not have much investment value,
but several were published whilst Lowry was still alive; eg. Man looking out to sea, The Park, Lancashire Cricket, and have become quite sought after.
and many open edition, poster prints of decorative value only.

The signed, prints have an embossed stamp, by the Fine art trade guild, or that of the publisher; eg. Street scene, Mrs Swindell's picture
A few titles are simply signed and numbered,eg. Figures in the Park, Our Town
Several titles bear Lowry's personal signature and are numbered in pencil, along with the publisher's stamp; Burford church, great Ancoats street, St. Mary's Beswick
Three titles published by The Sunday Observer, eg. 'Mill scene', 'Level crossing' and 'Market scene' are simply signed in pencil by Lowry,
but not stamped or numbered, although they are limited edition prints (editions of 750).

A brief biography and history of L.S. Lowry
L.S.Lowry viewed the world around him in a serious yet sensitive way.
His querky personality saw the ordinary things that most people take for granted or indeed miss altogether,
and he brought this insight into his paintings in a way that many people could understand and reflect on.
His incentive was not for power, glory or financial gain, he simply saw and portrayed in his paintings, people of all ages and all sizes moving and acting in ways that he found utterly fascinating.
Sometimes, and indeed often the scenes painted were quite sad and oppressive, such as 'The Fever Van' or 'Industrial Town'or 'Industrial scene,
sometimes almost comical, eg. The Cart, Man lying on a Wall, Woman with Beard, the noticeboard, the contraption.

After finishing his more traditional studies at art college, Lowry gradually developed his own unique style.. Simply by painting what he saw around him everyday.
The roads, streets, people, factories, and the industrial panoramas of the great northern
towns and cities were rich feeding grounds for Lowry who became focused on expressing a way of life that had rarely been considered.
He saw the smoke bellowing out of the factory chimmneys. Day and night the noise from the machines in the factories wcould be heard for miles.
The constant to and fro of workers trudging along the cobbled streets after their 18 hour shifts.
Initially Lowry focused on the factories and the machines that were creating this way of life, but gradually he became intensley interested in the people he saw everyday,
the different characters and personalities that grewas a result of living in such an environment.

These days, Lowry's paintings have been nationally recognized of great artistic importance as a period in British history that not only transformed the country, but touched thousands of lives.
His large industrial paintings can easily achieve several million pounds, and by all accounts they are set to continue to be investments of the highest order.
His signed, limited editions have moved alongside the original artwork and over the years we have seen a good increase in the value of his signed, prints.
Being more affordable than the original paintings, Lowry's signed limited editions have becomevery sought after,
and coupled with the fact that most are around 50 years old and many are now damaged lost, or destroyed, only a fraction of the original edition remains.

Laurence stephen Lowry was born in 1887, and was brought up in the reasonably respectable area of Victoria Park, Manchester.
His father died in 1932 leaving debts and he was forced to leave Victoria park for the poorer industrial town of Pendlebury.
His mother became bedridden and Lowry spent many years looking after her, painting only in the evenings once she was asleep.

Lowry's mother died some seven years later and Lowry painted 'The Bedroom in Pendlebury' where he had spent so much time caring for his mother.
It was in the 1930s that Lowry eventually came to develop his own unique style that we are so familiar with today.
Had it not been for the move to Pendlebury, he would not have witnessed first hand, the industrial mills in action day and night.
The long hours, hard work and squalid living conditions that the people all around him suffered in order to survive.
Lowry's interest turned more from the industrial buildings and machines to the individuals that he would see everyday, all around him.

Fascinated, yet shocked, and in awe, by the resilience that could be seen of the men, women and children that had become a part of this life.
Lowry's paintings portrayed everyday life, from 'Peel Park' to a disturbance in the 'Industrial scene' and 'The Fever Van'.

Lowry loved to go to the coast, and in particular the north-east. He would often stay at the Seaburn Hotel in Sunderland, and enjoy sketching the ships passing through the harbour.
One of his finest paintings to be published is 'Berwick-on-Tweed'. He would travel along the north-east coast, and occasionally visit the south of England .. Burford in Oxfordshire, and Deal on the south coast.

By the 1960s Lowry had firmly established himself as one of Britain's foremost artists.
Publishers would chase him relentlessly, and in all he produced around 54 different titles as signed limited edition prints.
Which for an artist of his stature these days is very few, bearing in mind that most of the prints are 40 - 50 years old and many will have been lost, damaged or in unrepairable condition.
Prices for Lowry's signed limited edition prints show no sign of slowing down.
For example, I have recently seen offered for sale a signed limited edition print of 'Going to the Match' for £55,000.

Laurence stephen lowry painted several thousand paintings during his carrer as an artist, from farm buildings in the countryside to industrial scenes of Britain at play in the northerrn towns of Lancashire.
He did travel a little throughout Britain, his paintings, and subsequently signed limited editions of Sailing boats, The level crossing, Burton-on-Trent' and Burford church illustrate this.
Although he was most 'at home' in and around the Manchester and Salford areas, 'Station approach', People standing about, The Three cats Alstow and St. Simon's church are all paintings and drawings of this region.
Lowry enjoyed watching football, and his most famous and sought after signed limited edition is 'Going to the match';
the only other published picture of football is a drawing titled 'The Football Match', this was published as a signed and numbered limited edition in 1973. phone England 01623 799 309 or mobile 07974 371 255 Visa
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The fine watercolour work of William RussellFlint whose paintings and signed, prints are highly revered.
For more than sixty years Sir William Russell Flint painted the finest waterolours depicting the countryside of France,
often adorned with his favourite model Cecilia Green in various 'cheeky' poses.
Well known for his portraits of Cecilia, Russell Flint's greatest works illustrate the architecture and landscape
throughout Britanny, Dordogne, and the south east of rural France
This house is ideally situated to enjoy the Dordogne
The work of Mr L.S.Lowry has become of great artistic and financial importance in recent years.
If you are considering an investment in fine art, I thoroughly recommend you take a look at Lowry limited edition prints.
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