Competition: Framed LS Lowry print
- 16 February 2016
We are giving you the chance to win a framed reproduction print of one of LS Lowry’s most famous works.
LS Lowry did not always admire the industrial landscape. At the age of 22, when he moved to the industrial town of Pendlebury, he initially detested the area. It wasn’t until years later, when he missed a train from Pendlebury to Manchester and walked through the town, that he saw it in a new light and became fixated by the cityscape.
It became Lowry's mission to put the industrial scene on the map. Terraced houses, smoking chimneys and ‘matchstick men’ became synonymous with his name.
This February marks 40 years since LS Lowry passed away and we are giving you the chance to win a framed print by the iconic painter. The lucky winner can choose between Going to Work, 1959, or Coming from the Mill, 1930. Simply answer the question below to be entered and read the terms and conditions. You have until 23:59 on 26 February to enter.