Going to the Match
Laurence Stephen Lowry 1887 - 1976
L. S. Lowry is without doubt the best known of
the 20th century Manchester artists
much famed for his 'matchstick men', depicting life in the mill towns
of his native Lancashire. In his early days Lowry was taught by Adolf
Valette at Manchester College of Art.
Original paintings by Lowry sell for huge sums of money; in fact Going to the Match - the original painting - which was painted in 1953,
was purchased by the PFA for an unprecedented £1.9 million and other original works have been sold for more than £1 million at auction.
The signed limited edition of Going to the Match, which was limited to only 300 copies, is the most desireable of Lowry signed prints.
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