Series of Dunham Park Pastels

Dunham Park near Altrincham

Local artist Bob Richardson has produced a beautiful collection of pastels of Dunham Park in Altrincham, which have been extremely popular.

This latest one: “Towards the House Dunham” has been snapped up by a local couple who are moving to America.

Clark Art Gallery are specialists in L.S. Lowry and modern British art.

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Stephen Campbell Exhibition


The talented Manchester painter Stephen Campbell will be showcasing his paintings at 3 Hardman Place in Spinningfields, Manchester on the 7th and 8th of December- 11 am to 6pm each day.

Included in this new exhibition will be Stephen’s unique painting creation: A 3 dimensional piece of work called a ‘Rhombic Enneacontahedron’ which is made up of 90 individual painted sections, which are all connected together to depict the Castlefield area of Manchester.

Self taught, Stephen is part of a new wave of exciting new artists working in Manchester, whose work is highly sought after with its depiction of everyday life as he sees it.

Having exhibited extensively since 2006, 31 year old Stephen’s exhibition is well worth a visit!

Clark Art Gallery are based in Hale, Cheshire. They are specialists in L.S.Lowry and Modern British Art.

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Bob Richardson 3 New Pastels


Three new pastels from Bob Richardson depicting Dunham House and the park. Well known for his lovely use of light from his hazy summer scenes to some of the rainy and reflective images of Manchester city centre. Bob has painted some lovely cities from Venice and Florence to name just a couple to our ever changing Manchester, his work is always in great demand and is found in many prominent collections.

Salford born Bob is a member of the Pastel Society and regularly exhibits at the invitation shows of the Confederation of British Artists and the Mall galleries in London.

Clark Art Gallery in Hale, Cheshire are specialists in L.S.Lowry and Modern British Art. Call now on 0161 929 5150.

Winter Exhibition At Clark Art Gallery


We are very excited about our new winter exhibition to be held at our gallery in Hale, showcasing paintings and drawings from some of our favourite artists!

Running from the 12th November 2016 to the 31st January 2017, the exhibition will feature prominent artist work by the likes of Adolphe Valette, Peter Brook and Geoffrey Key and so on.

Whatsmore, new pieces of work will be continually added to the exhibition so its a must for all art aficionados!

For more information, call Clark Art Gallery on 0161 929 5150.

Clark Art Gallery are specialists in L.S. Lowry and Modern British art.

Lowry’s Genius

Video from a few years back that was seen in the Sunday Times newspaper regarding L.S. Lowry; titled “Lowry’s genius”.

Below, Bill Clark, owner of Hale based Clark Art Gallery explains how the opening shots of the video feature a Lowry painting that he owned and subsequently sold.

I’ve just come across this video embedded in a Sunday Times article about L.S. Lowry. It features writer and art critic Julian Spalding talking about Lowry at the Lowry Centre in Salford. It’s interesting for me as the opening shots feature Lowry’s painting of The Old Toll House on the Moors, 1959. I used to own this painting and sold it on the opening night of our hugely successful Lowry and his Legacy exhibition in June 2013. This painting also featured on the invite card for the exhibition.

Clark Art Gallery are specialists in L.S. Lowry and Modern British Art,

L.S. Lowry Pencil Drawing


We have just acquired this fantastic L.S. Lowry pencil drawing. At 16” x 11”, Child with Doll is an unusually large work on paper. It was drawn in 1968 when Lowry was nearly 80 and is a very powerful image. During the 1960s Lowry concentrated on drawing single figures or groups with an obsessive intensity.

Lowry was reportedly fascinated with dolls, and his cousin May recalled occasions when they played together with dolls as children. Later in life Lowry was to become especially captivated with the ballet Coppelia in which a life like doll, created by a certain Dr Coppelius, exerts a powerful hold over a young villager who falls in love with her.

This drawing has extensive provenance and exhibition history and is illustrated in Mervyn Levy’s 1976 book, “The Drawings of L.S.Lowry, Public and Private”

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