Laurence Stephen Lowry is one of Manchester’s most famous artists and his work is becoming more appreciated as times goes by – indeed a newly-discovered painting of his, ‘The Mill, Pendlebury’ recently sold for £2.65m to a private collector, a timely reminder how relevant he is 44 years after his death.
Interview: Behind the façade of Manchester’s economic transformation with ‘Not Quite Light’ photographer Simon Buckley
There aren’t many places where Manchester’s brutal industrial heritage brushes up against its modern infrastructure.
With the Cricket World Cup just around the corner, the nation waits with bated breath for England’s dynamic young side to commence their campaign against South Africa in the tournament’s opening game on May 30.
Artists, cyclists, vendors and students – the people who live, work and travel alone Europe’s busiest bus routes are telling their stories through a new project which will document life on Manchester’s Oxford Road Corridor.
Immortalising Salford’s most prolific artist on the one thing all of us use daily is the greatest honour to a man who refused to be recognised by awards.
For the first time ever, Manchester artist LS Lowry’s paintings are being exhibited outside of the UK at The Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts in China
Today marks the 127th anniversary of the famous artist, LS Lowry
LS Lowry painting worth £3m reveals wasteland as former bustling Manchester station – after lying hidden for 30 years
A oil painting of a former bustling railway station by Salfordian LS Lowry, entitled Station Approach, Manchester, is set to fetch £3million at auction.
Thirteen LS Lowry paintings were sold on the night, with a painting of Piccadilly Circus in London, sold for £5.1million
Lunch or a Lowry? Salford painter’s sketch bought for price of a sandwich set to fetch £100,000 in auction
Art set to go under hammer at Bonhams
Ready, steady, SKETCH! Manchester artists embrace Urban Sketching to capture city’s gems and skylines
Manchester Urban Sketching Group