A new exhibition showcasing the work of LS Lowry opens at The Lowry this Saturday (13 June) – with more gallery space than ever before dedicated to the Salford artist. LS Lowry: The Art & The Artist features new work on display including a rare painting of The Liver Buildings in Liverpool (The Liver Building, Liverpool 1959) and a preparatory drawing of Going to the Match (1953), on loan from the Professional Footballers’ Association, which will be displayed alongside its world-famous namesake for the very first time. Coming from the Mill (1930), Man Lying on a Wall (1957) and Portrait of Ann (1957), three of Lowry’s most-famous works, will also form part of the exhibition. Claire Stewart, curator of The Lowry Collection at The Lowry, said: “We’re proud to house the world’s largest public collection of Lowry work – and in extending the exhibition in this way

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