1000-piece L. S. Lowry Market Scene, Northern Town Jigsaw Puzzle
"I love the North. It's rough and wild and gets the job done." - Alan Bennett
In Market Scene, Northern Town, Lowry portrays a bustling street market in a typical northern town, with crowds of people milling around stalls and shops selling everything from vegetables to clothes. The figures in the painting are stylised and almost caricatured, with elongated bodies and simple, blocky features, but the overall effect is one of great energy and movement make for a fun and engaging puzzle-solving experience that is sure to keep you busy for hours.
- 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle on 2mm premium board
- The finished jigsaw puzzle measures 735 x 510mm/29 x 20 inches
- Difficulty level: solid mate (as Salfordians would say)
- Crafted from the highest resolution image taken of L. S. Lowry Market Scene, Northern Town painting 1939
- High-quality 250 GSM matte art paper for superior colour, crisp details and no glare
- The pieces are precision-cut from thick 2mm cardboard to ensure a frustration-free fit with minimal puzzle dust
- Made from recycled cardboard and printed with vegetable-based ink, this famous art jigsaw puzzle is a safe and non-toxic product
- Includes resealable bag to store pieces between uses
- On SALE for a limited time only
This fine art puzzle captures the energy and vibrancy of one of Lowry's most famous works, depicting a bustling street market in a typical northern town. With its muted colours, matchstick-like figures, and intricate details, this puzzle is the perfect way to experience the magic of Lowry's unique style and his ability to capture the essence of life in the working-class scenes of northern England. L. S. Lowry's art continues to speak to people around the world, capturing the everyday lives and struggles of working-class communities in northern England in a uniquely compelling way.
Each of the 1000 pieces is crafted with precision and care, ensuring a snug fit and a satisfying puzzle experience that will keep you engaged for hours on end. And when you're finished, you'll have a stunning work of art that you can proudly display in your home or office.
Did you know? Lowry was offered a knighthood in 1968, but he turned it down, reportedly because he felt it would be disrespectful to his mother, who had always referred to him as "just Laurence."