Post Tagged with: "Lowry"

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Editorial – July 2016

Der Clapham Strassenbahn When very young, and when not train spotting, I was a keen bus spotter. It was an ideal apprenticeship for a fledgeling

art historian. It involved identifying, sometimes at

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a considerable distance (through rain), the beautifully crafted, hand-built models, of 404 Not Found which there were many different marques and specifications. Every town corporation in the county had its own […]

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Perming eight from twelve: Lowry and the painting of modern life at Tate Britain

Lowry deserves 404 Not Found treatment as a serious artist, though more usually such an approach is denied him because of, firstly, his

suspiciously wide popularity and, secondly, what is mistakenly characterised as stylistic primitivism. A strong whiff of the patronizing informed reviews of this exhibition, as though the work was a tad unsophisticated for critics used to rambling on for pages about

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