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10 December 2013 0 View comments He has long been celebrated for highlighting the beauty of the industrial North. But Lancashire artist LS Lowry may not have been quite as fond of his roots as previously thought, according to newly-discovered letters.
In Summary The only artists worth faking, of course, are those who are either very famous or very dead and preferably both. I was struck by such thoughts when viewing the 47 lots at the recent auction of East African art at a Nairobi hotel. I believe
The LS Lowry Collection Paintings by LS Lowry, JMW Turner and Claude Monet have been taken out of galleries and into schools in an attempt to introduce children to art. Some 27 artworks will be exhibited in classrooms, accompanied by curators and
The Lowry artistic director, Robert Robson, dies at 58 Mr Robson was The Lowry's theatres director before becoming artistic director Robert Robson, artistic director of The Lowry arts centre in Salford, has died at the age of 58. Mr Robson had been
At Tate Britain John Barrell Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life , curated by the American art historian Anne Wagner and her British husband T.J. Clark, is the most radical and exciting re-evaluation of a British artist I have ever encountered, and
The man behind the austere, industrial Northern landscapes is often characterised as sparely as the matchstick men that made him famous. But LS Lowry, who has only just been honoured with a retrospective at Tate Britain nearly 40 years after his
LS Lowry nude sketches auctioned in Beccles The sketches are believed to have been created a year before Lowry begun his "matchstick" paintings Two sketches by artist LS Lowry have fetched more than twice their expected price at auction...The
LS Lowry is being celebrated with his first major London exhibition since 1976. Despite being neglected by parts of the art establishment, many artists have felt his influence over the years. Simeon Stafford, who painted The Docks, Manchester, says: "
Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life opens at Tate Britain on Wednesday. The show is the first to be held by a public institution in London since Lowry's death in 1976. Born in 1887, Lowry is best known for his paintings of the industrial landscapes
Suggested Topics This summer Tate Britain presents a major exhibition of landscapes by the much-loved British painter LS Lowry (18871976) the first show held by a public institution in London since the artist's death. Bringing together around eighty