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LS Lowry,a famous English Artist born into Victoria Britain in 1887 had painted only a small number of watercolours.
LS Lowry himself described his painting as his ‘most characteristic mill scene’, although it does not show a particular location. Instead Lowry combined real buildings and structures with details from his own imagination.
”Market Scene” view is based on Pendlebury Market, close to LS Lowry’s home. As with many of his crowd scenes, there is a sombre mood hanging over the painting. “All my people are lonely”, Lowry said, “Crowds are the most lonely thing of all”.
Lowry said of “Man On The Wall” painting as “People refuse to believe me when I tell them I saw a man dressed just like that, doing just that, from the top of a bus in Haslingden. I couldn’t resist doing him as a subject”. Lowry put his own initials on the briefcase.
Throughout his career LS Lowry was overwhelmed by the immensity of the sea and he saw painting it as the major artistic challenge of his life. This Yachts early watercolour shows sailing boats off the Lancashire coast, where Lowry often spent family holidays.
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