but most unsigned lowry limited editions were produced after he died several as recently as some years ago. although the unsigned limited editions are collectible they have little value in comparison to the signed limited editions published during his life and personally signed by lowry. the prices of course reflect this.
the majority of knight’s series is a self-serious dirge where sight-based wordplay like “so they just walk around with their eyes closed” is delivered with a straight face. in the end see’s myriad absurdities somehow add up only to a run-of-the-mill dystopia where the children are the “chosen ones” and the tyrant must be overthrown.
over thirty years specializing in l.s. lowry's signed limited edition prints and and widely regarded as the world's leading authority on display in the studio 200+ signed limited edition prints by l.s. lowry r.b.a. r.a. lowry's paintings and signed limited editions have now become amongst the most sought after artwork in the country today.
it is based on a previous pastel drawing by the same artist: coming from the mill from about 1917-18. lowry himself considered the oil painting that "his most characteristic mill scene". it does not show a real factory but the environment is composed of individual buildings with real details from his imagination. provenance
it's really good and i'm happy i picked it up but it didn't come cheap. value-wise i don't know that it's worth the three bottles of 1920 i could have gotten for roughly the same price but it's quality stuff and i feel like i've underpaid for the 1920 enough to justify opening the wallet more than i'd like for the birthday bourbon.
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editions. lowry prints were released in editions from as little as 75 up to 850. quite often the print will have a pencil number indicating what number of the edition the print is from such as 115/850 implying this was print 115 from a total edition of 850.
signed by l.s. lowry and dated on 29th november 1966. with age wear rubbed spine toning to the covers as well as a crease to the bottom corner of the front cover otherwise intact and still a very good memento of the event. lowry's continued and rising popularity with collectors is reflected in the the increased desirability of items signed