Laurence Stephen Lowry

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Noun1.Laurence Stephen Lowry - English painter (1887-1976)
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Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976) spent much of his time working and painting scenes from everyday life around Pendlebury, where he lived, and Salford.
Lytham Pier, 1945, Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976), oil on canvas, 45.7x61cm.
English artist Laurence Stephen Lowry, more commonly referred to as L.S.
A small pencil drawing by famous artist Laurence Stephen Lowry of a ship on the Tyne sold for [pounds sterling]13,000 at auction.
Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976) is famous for painting scenes of industrial North England in the mid-20th century with his distinctive stylised human figures often referred to as 'matchstick men'.
Laurence Stephen Lowry was a regular visitor to Huddersfield and gave drawings to Angelo Salvini, long-serving former head waiter at the George, which the artist visited in the late 1960s and early 1970s when in his 80s.
Laurence Stephen Lowry - famous for his matchstick-like figures - painted Steps at Wick while on holiday in Caithness in the 1930s.
But Perspectives won't focus only on the arts, but nevertheless, it kicks off with a focus on Laurence Stephen Lowry, one of Britain's most famous painters.
Instant expert TwenTy-one works by the iconic British artist Laurence Stephen Lowry, R.A.