Puzzle Going To Work L.S. Lowry 1000 Piece Puzzle
Going To Work, L.S. Lowry - 1000 Piece Puzzle
This painting is an example of one of L.S. Lowry’s famous crowd scenes. The colour palette is unusually light and airy for the artist, with pink and gold-tinged buildings lifting the atmosphere. Lowry said of this painting, ‘To say the truth, I was not thinking very much about the people ... They were part of a private beauty that haunted me!’ In his many depictions of north-west England Lowry makes industrial scenes his own, showing how industry had affected the landscape and how the inhabitants of the urban areas lived out their daily lives. Marches, evictions, accident s, illness, relaxation at the park or the fair, going to work, coming out o f school and going to the football match were all subjects for Lowry’s brush or pencil. His works were created in his own unique style, poetic yet not sentimental, compelling, even at times disturbing, but never judgemental.
This challenging 1000 piece jigsaw is intended for adults and children over 13 years. Part of our exciting collection of Fine Art Puzzles featuring powerful and popular works of art.
- Finished size 29" x 20"
- Not suitable for under 3's due to small parts
A challenging puzzle, satisfying to complete. All the pieces were present, but there were almost 100 pieces nominally white in colour whose placement could only be achieved by matching shapes. Unfortunately a significant number were so similar that it was possible to place them incorrectly. Ideally, there would have been a wider variation in shape and it would have been impossible to place these pieces incorrectly.
It was challenging, but most satisfying to eventually finish it. Despite my doubts there were no pieces missing or wrong pieces. Just the job for lockdown!
... however, have found 2 pieces duplicated
.... hope this doesn't mean I shall be 2 short at the end....
Lovely puzzle. Excellent service, speedy delivery.
Fast delivery - very challenging puzzle but a great finish, good quality and a lovely Lowry at the end