Excavating in Manchester
Laurence Stephen Lowry
Exhibited: Salford, Museum and Art Gallery, Summer Exhibition of Recent Paintings by Eminent British Artists, 27 June – 15 August 1934, no.77; London, Alex Reid and Lefevre, Paintings of the Midlands by L.S. Lowry, February 1939, no.22; Sunderland, Art Gallery, Industrial Street Scenes etc. by Laurence S. Lowry RBA, 21 September – 13 October 1942; London, MacConnal-Mason Gallery, L.S. Lowry, 14 November – 11 December 2012, no.3; London, Tate Britain, Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life, 25 June – 20 October 2013, cat. no.49, p.104, illustrated
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