12 November 2009
Laurence Stephen Lowry, R.A. (1887-1976)
The Wear, Sunderland
signed and dated 'LS Lowry 1961' (lower left), signed, inscribed and dated again 'The Wear, Sunderland/LS Lowry 1961' (on the reverse)
9¾ x 13½ in. (24.7 x 34.3 cm.)
Purchased by the present owner's mother at the 1971 exhibition, and by descent.
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M. Levy, The Drawings of L.S. Lowry Public and Private, London, 1976, no. 202, illustrated.
London, Lefevre Gallery, L.S. Lowry, February - March 1971, catalogue not traced.
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