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L.S Lowry Art Print- Level Crossing

L.S Lowry Art Print- Level Crossing

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L.S Lowry Art Print- Level Crossing 1946 Oil on Canvas

'Level Crossing' was painted by L.S Lowry in 1946. Lowry is recognised for his portrayals of busy urban landscapes but later in his career he turned his attention towards groups of individuals with little or no architectural landscape. For this painting Lowry has focused on a level crossing in Burton-on-Trent, a small market town in Staffordshire. Lowry claimed that the locomotive was drawn from model trains belonging to the son of one of his friends. 

Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA (/ˈlaʊri/ LAO-ree; 1 November 1887 – 23 February 1976) was an English artist. His drawings and paintings mainly depict Pendlebury, Lancashire (where he lived and worked for more than 40 years) as well as Salford and its vicinity.

Size 23.5cm x 34.5cm

This print comes unframed

Please Note: This print has been in storage and therefore is in a Good/Fair Condition due to long term storage with some light yellowing to the edges and some slight storage marks. All funds raised from the sale of this item will go towards the upkeep of Salford Museums & Galleries.

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