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Low·ry

(low'rē),
Oliver H., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Lowry-Folin assay, Lowry protein assay.

Low·ry

(low'rē),
R. Brian, 20th-century Irish medical geneticist in Canada. See: Coffin-Lowry syndrome.
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It is part of a new exhibition celebrating the life and work of LS Lowry.
Re-signing Lowry has been the top priority of general manager Masai Ujiri since the beginning of the off-season.
Sotheby's modern and post-war specialist Simon Hucker said: "Bloom's enthusiasm for this kind of material encouraged Lowry to continue painting and gave him an outlet.
Lowry carried out the sketch from the south bank of the Tyne in 1964, probably after making the short trip from nearby Seaburn.
Lowry's profile has been boosted still further by an exhibition on the artist at the Tate Modern in London, called Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life, which ran until October.
Penny Day, of Bonhams' modern British and Irish art department, said: "With the market for Lowry stronger than ever, we expect collectors will seize the opportunity to acquire this early tour de force.
With the Tate showcasing Lowry with its first ever full exhibition of his work we decided to pay our own homage to this great artist," said Mike.
Mr Ward said he was inspired to bring Lowry to life by a drawing made of a Christmas lunch the artist had at the Chop House.
PRISON: Ashleigh Hanbury punched Kevin Lowry, below left, when the snowball fight got out of hand
It is described as a recently-discovered work by Lowry not seen in public since the 1940s when it was bought by the present owner from the artist's London agents.