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Lowry and the Pre-Raphaelites

Susie Hodge reviews an exhibition at the Lowry Gallery in Salford that explores how and why Lowry developed his admiration for the Pre-Raphaelites
Ford Maddox Brown (1821–93) study for The Establishment of the Flemish Weavers in Manchester in 1363, 1888, tempera on panel, 101⁄2×22in (27×55.9 cm) Manchester Art Gallery
Dante Gabriel Charles Rossetti (1828–82), Joli Coeur, 1867, oil on panel, 15 111⁄2in (38.1×30.2cm) Manchester Art Gallery
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Enjoy developing your skills and techniques with The Artist. Written by artists and top tutors, for experienced amateur painters and aspiring professional artists, this month's issue offers stage-by-stage demonstrations, illustrated tips and techniques for drawing and painting in watercolour, pastels, acrylic, mixed media, oils and gouache. Learn new techniques for painting winter landscapes, characterful portraits, still lifes, spring flowers and animals. There's also an article encouraging you to step out of your comfort zone to paint unfamiliar subjects and an interview with Professor Christopher Orr MBE, RA revealing his approach to his unusual subject matter and working methods. Plus our marketing expert advises on how to use apps to facilitate your social media posts to help get your work noticed. And when you've completed your best work, why not enter it into our 2019 Open competition for the chance to see your work exhibited, published and win one of over 40 fantastic prizes! Full details are on pages 12 to 13 . Enjoy!