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L.S. Lowry - A Northern Race Meeting - 1956

This large work by Lowry sold at Christie's in London last night for a staggering £5,296,250.

Depicting a series of bookmakers, each with their own distinctive characteristics at a non-specific raceday in the north west, A Northern Race Meeting was bought by London manufacturer Barnett Shine in 1957 and has remained within the family ever since.

With an estimated value of between £1.5 million and £2.5m, the picture has hung in the Graves Gallery in Sheffield since the death of Sylvia Shine in 1978, and was included in a centenary exhibition celebrating Lowry’s work in 1987.

Now is the time to invest in this great British artist. #lslowry #lslowryart #lslowryprint #christies #whitewallgalleries #whitewallleeds #artinleeds #leedsgallery #whatsoninleeds #leeds #investinart #art #victoriaquarter #victoriaquarterleeds

L.S. Lowry - A Northern Race Meeting - 1956

This large work by Lowry sold at Christie's in London last night for a staggering £5,296,250.

#lslowry #lowry #salford #manchester #Lancashire #liverpool #art #painting #northernart #thenorthernartpage #thecolonyart #modernbritishart #london #auction #christies #cheshire

L.S. Lowry - A Northern Race Meeting - 1956

This large work by Lowry sold at Christie's in London last night for a staggering £5,296,250.

#lslowry #lowry #salford #manchester #Lancashire #liverpool #art #painting #northernart #thenorthernartpage #thecolonyart #modernbritishart #london #auction #christies #cheshire

L.S Lowry ‘Family Group’ 1931 8.5” x 6” Oil on Board is available for sale via a private contact. Was in the Monty Bloom Collection. For further details contact raffi@blackmoregallery.com or DM me #lslowry #lowry #familygroup #family #group #montybloom #collection #art #artist #painter #painting #oilpainting #fineart #modernart #modernbritishart #home #homedecor #interior #interiors #interiordesign #instaart #instaartist #instagood #instagram #gallery #artgallery #instadaily #blackmoregallery #artdealer

L.S Lowry ‘Family Group’ 1931 8.5” x 6” Oil on Board is available for sale via a private contact. Was in the Monty Bloom Collection. For further details contact raffi@collectart.co.uk or DM me #lslowry #lowry #familygroup #family #montybloom #art #artist #painter #painting #oilpainting #fineart #modernart #modernbritishart #instaart #instaartist #instadaily #instagood #instagram #collectart #gallery #artgallery

Our Lowry project for this term with our students. #lowry #kidsart #lslowry #kidsartclubs #kensal

다시 한 계절이 돌아와 작년 이맘때쯤 맘에 와닿던 그림을 꺼내보았다. #lowry 국내에선 정말 많이 안알려져 있는 것 같아 #오픈아티스트 로 소개하기 위해 준비중이다. 많은 분들께서 알아봐 주셨으면 하는 바람이다.
#lslowry #오픈에디션 #그림추천 #큐레이션 #twopeople

I thought this Patrick Heron was an absolutely lovely example, really did expect it to make more @christiesinc this evening than £187,500 with premium. Overall a very solid sale with a few very good prices, including for #lslowry and new auction records for #leonkossoff #peterlanyon #modernbritishart

This week’s #MuseumMonday celebrates three Pre-Raphaelite exhibitions to see, inspired by ‘Lowry & the Pre-Raphaelites’ @the_lowry Salford, until 24th February, exploring Lowry’s passion for the Pre-Raphaelites, including works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown and Edward Burne-Jones (whose retrospective you can currently see @Tate Britain until 24th February).
Lowry admired paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites as a young man, attending major Manchester exhibitions in 1911 and 1920, as well as seeing Madox Brown’s murals in Manchester Town Hall. Following his own success as an artist, he began to buy their work, in particular portraits by Rossetti whose ‘fascination for his models is reflected by Lowry’s repeated representations of the mysterious Ann’. The exhibition features works formerly owned by Lowry, as well as some of his favourite pictures in public and private collections.
Rossetti’s, ‘The First Madness of Ophelia’ 1864, was a picture Lowry knew well in Oldham Art Gallery’s collection and he joked with the curator about the possibility of buying it. Rossetti’s, ‘The Bower Meadow’, 1872, is the painting Lowry ‘wished endlessly and, of course, hopelessly’ to own.
An exhibition inspired by Dante Gabriel’s talented sister, ‘Christina Rossetti: Vision & Verse’, is currently on view @WattsGallery until 17th March 2019.
Celebrating the Victorian poet’s connection with visual art, this exhibition includes portraits of Rossetti (created by her Pre-Raphaelite artist-brother Dante Gabriel) and images inspired by her writing, as well as little known drawings by the poet herself. Rossetti studied art at the North London Drawing School in the early 1850s.
See more works by Pre-Raphaelite fan, LS Lowry, including ‘Lytham Pier’ 1945 and ‘Figures with a dog’ 1957 at https://www.richardgreen.com/artist/Laurence-Stephen-Lowry/

This week’s #MuseumMonday celebrates three Pre-Raphaelite exhibitions to see, inspired by ‘Lowry & the Pre-Raphaelites’ @the_lowry Salford, until 24th February, exploring Lowry’s passion for the Pre-Raphaelites, including works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown and Edward Burne-Jones (whose retrospective you can currently see @Tate Britain until 24th February).
Lowry admired paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites as a young man, attending major Manchester exhibitions in 1911 and 1920, as well as seeing Madox Brown’s murals in Manchester Town Hall. Following his own success as an artist, he began to buy their work, in particular portraits by Rossetti whose ‘fascination for his models is reflected by Lowry’s repeated representations of the mysterious Ann’. The exhibition features works formerly owned by Lowry, as well as some of his favourite pictures in public and private collections.
Rossetti’s, ‘The First Madness of Ophelia’ 1864, was a picture Lowry knew well in Oldham Art Gallery’s collection and he joked with the curator about the possibility of buying it. Rossetti’s, ‘The Bower Meadow’, 1872, is the painting Lowry ‘wished endlessly and, of course, hopelessly’ to own.
An exhibition inspired by Dante Gabriel’s talented sister, ‘Christina Rossetti: Vision & Verse’, is currently on view @WattsGallery until 17th March 2019.
Celebrating the Victorian poet’s connection with visual art, this exhibition includes portraits of Rossetti (created by her Pre-Raphaelite artist-brother Dante Gabriel) and images inspired by her writing, as well as little known drawings by the poet herself. Rossetti studied art at the North London Drawing School in the early 1850s.
See more works by Pre-Raphaelite fan, LS Lowry, including ‘Lytham Pier’ 1945 and ‘Figures with a dog’ 1957 at https://www.richardgreen.com/artist/Laurence-Stephen-Lowry/

This week’s #MuseumMonday celebrates three Pre-Raphaelite exhibitions to see, inspired by ‘Lowry & the Pre-Raphaelites’ @the_lowry Salford, until 24th February, exploring Lowry’s passion for the Pre-Raphaelites, including works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown and Edward Burne-Jones (whose retrospective you can currently see @Tate Britain until 24th February).
Lowry admired paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites as a young man, attending major Manchester exhibitions in 1911 and 1920, as well as seeing Madox Brown’s murals in Manchester Town Hall. Following his own success as an artist, he began to buy their work, in particular portraits by Rossetti whose ‘fascination for his models is reflected by Lowry’s repeated representations of the mysterious Ann’. The exhibition features works formerly owned by Lowry, as well as some of his favourite pictures in public and private collections.
Rossetti’s, ‘The First Madness of Ophelia’ 1864, was a picture Lowry knew well in Oldham Art Gallery’s collection and he joked with the curator about the possibility of buying it. Rossetti’s, ‘The Bower Meadow’, 1872, is the painting Lowry ‘wished endlessly and, of course, hopelessly’ to own.
An exhibition inspired by Dante Gabriel’s talented sister, ‘Christina Rossetti: Vision & Verse’, is currently on view @WattsGallery until 17th March 2019.
Celebrating the Victorian poet’s connection with visual art, this exhibition includes portraits of Rossetti (created by her Pre-Raphaelite artist-brother Dante Gabriel) and images inspired by her writing, as well as little known drawings by the poet herself. Rossetti studied art at the North London Drawing School in the early 1850s.
See more works by Pre-Raphaelite fan, LS Lowry, including ‘Lytham Pier’ 1945 and ‘Figures with a dog’ 1957 at https://www.richardgreen.com/artist/Laurence-Stephen-Lowry/

Before the unveiling of a hand signed limited edition by L.S. Lowry on Ventura earlier this cruise our art team of Alice and Fara could not resist taking a sneak peek! We currently have a specially curated collection of artwork by the British Master on board for guests to enjoy and purchase.⠀

Contact us for more information about L.S. Lowry including how to acquire from this collection.⠀

#whtiewallgalleries #pocruise #pocruises #ventura #lslowry #lowry #unveiling #sneakpeek

We’ve got two signed L S Lowry limited edition prints in our next auction of furniture and collectables on Thursday 22nd November at 10 am at Four Oaks SK11 9DX.

We have over 1000 lots on offer and you can view the full catalogue with guide prices, multiple photos, categories and descriptions at https://www.easyliveauction.com/auctioneers/ashleywaller/
You can also bid online at the same link #lslowry #northernart #northernartists #manchesterart #signedart

I could look at any #lslowry #painting for hours #tatebritain #matchstickmen

Channeling #lslowry

Take your line for a walk at NPG lates, last night @nationalportraitgallery .
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A sketch of a painting in the NPG (The Man with Red Eyes, by L.S. Lowry, 1938)
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#drawingclass #drawing #statues #sketch #museum #npg #nationalportraitgallery #lates #museumnight #portrait #drawimg #lslowry #selfportrait

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