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article imageLowry at the Tate Gallery

By Alexander Baron     Aug 26, 2013 in Entertainment
London - The exhibition of paintings by L.S. Lowry at London's Tate Gallery opened June 26, but there is still time to see it; it runs until October 20.
L.S. Lowry, often known simply as Lowry, died in 1976 at the age of 88. Unlike say Rembrandt, by and large he was no portrait painter; he specialised in industrial landscapes of the area in which he lived, the "dark Satanic mills" of Lancashire. Lowry at the Tate was covered here in June, but this includes other works.
A flyer for Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life has now been added to The David Webb Virtual Archive & Fan Site. More information about Lowry can be found on the dedicated Lowry website.
Matchstalk Men And Matchstalk Cats And Dogs is well known, but the other song inspired by Lowry is Pictures Of Matchstick Men.
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