Strickland Lowry

1737-c.1785 English/Painted in Ireland

 

Brief Biography-Strickland Lowry was born at Whitehaven, Cumberland, in 1737. He painted in Staffordshire, Shropshire, and Dublin. Sir John Rawdon, 1st Earl of Moira, was a devout patron of Lowry. He illustrated Philips's History and Antiquities of Shrewsbury. Lowry was principally a portraitist but also painted landscapes. He retired in Worcestershire, where he died c. 1785. His most noted painting is of the Bateson family. Lowry's son Wilson became a successful engraver in London.

 

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Mrs J
Raine

Mrs Jonathan Raine

Interior
of a Family

Interior with Members of a Family

The
Bateson Family

The Bateson Family

Trompe
L'oeil

Trompe L'oeil Self-portrait

Trompe
L'oeil

Trompe L'oeil Attributed to

Trompe l'Oeil
with Engraving

Trompe l'Oeil with an Engraving after a Self-portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Trompe L'oeil
The Spartan Boy

Trompe L'oeil The Spartan Boy

Cobbe
Children

The Cobbe Children

Lieutenant
Neptune Blood

Lieutenant Neptune Blood Sixty Second Regiment of Foot

Unknown
Lady

Unknown Lady with a Dog