Art Feature

Tate Britain: Exhibition: Lowry and the painting of Modern Life


Tate Britain hosts a major exhibition of famous city scapes of celebrated British painter L.S Lowry. The exhibition features various different oil paintings on wood and canvas. The collection includes Coming Out of School (1927) and The Pond (1950) and is one of the largest public exhibitions of Lowry’s artwork since the artists death (1976). The exhibition highlights how Lowry’s depictions of the industrial city influenced by his teacher Adolphe Vallette capture the realities of industrialization and modern life.

Tate Britain: Exhibition
26 June – 20 October 2013
Adult £16.50 (without donation £15.00)
Concession £14.50 (without donation £13.10)
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Based in Notting Hill, London. Clifford is the creator/editor of A Media and Communications (Bsc) he collaborates with other talented creatives/ ex scene kids to create original in house content (interviews, editorials and more)

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