L.S Lowry (1887-1976)
The Reference Library
Lithograph on Paper
Edition of 850
24 x 34.4 cm
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About the workAfter original drawing with the same name "The Reference Library" is a photolithograph, limited edition of 850 impressions bearing the Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp. The image is a view of the public library with crowds of people wandering past and going about their daily business. The library's foundation stone was laid on 6 May 1930 by the Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald. The library was officially opened by King George V on 17 July 1934. As the prices of original Lowry paintings continue to soar, so too has demand for his signed prints. The number of limited editions released during Lowry’s lifetime was relatively small and many have long since disappeared, well before owners realised their financial potential.
Signature: Signed in pencil lower right, Fine Art Trade Guild Blindstamped
Medium: Lithograph on Paper