Street scene Clitheroe (original)

L.S. Lowry

R.B.A., R.A.

lowry street in Clitheroe original painting
Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (British, 1887-1976)
Street in Clitheroe
signed and dated 'L S LOWRY 1967' (lower right)
oil on board
24.5 x 15.5 cm. (9 1/2 x 6 in.)
Sold for £66,050
16th November, 2011
With The Lefevre Gallery, London
Private Collection, U.K.

Clitheroe, a rural town located in the Borough of Ribble Valley in Lancashire, was popular
with L.S. Lowry and he painted the present view on a number of occasions.
Although Lowry is perhaps best known for his images of the industrialised north with factories,
chimneys and bustling streets, he was also intrigued by the quieter aspects of life and this can
be seen in Street in Clitheroe. In the present composition, one can see how the artist has
eloquently ordered the space to give a sense of the scale of the subject of his work.
Lowry has created a low vantage point and steep rise in the road over the brow of the hill
and by cutting off the buildings at the edges, he reinforces a feeling of space and continuity.

A small quantity of paintings by the artist l.s. lowry were published as signed limited edition prints. Some of the most well known being, 'Going to the match', Man lying on a wall, Huddersfield, Deal, ferry boats, three cats Alstow, Berwick-on-Tweed, peel park, The two brothers, View of a town, Street scene.

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