A selection of works by the famous 'matchstick men' artist
Saturday 29 April - Saturday 9 September
10am-5pm Monday to Friday
Free entry, donations welcome
2017 marks 130 years since Lowry’s birth. In the later years of his life he spent much of his time in the North East, particularly in Sunderland and South Shields. Here the sea became a prominent theme in his work.
He also became increasingly interested in creating humorous images and caricatures. This exhibition presents some examples of his pictures from this period, including ‘Four People’, on loan from a private collector, which presents an intriguing scene set in Marine Park, South Shields.