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An original lithograph in black chalk over a beige/grey background. Hand-signed and dated in red felt pen, and numbered ‘C’ in pencil. One of Lowry’s two earliest and largest works in lithography. ‘A Street full of People’ was drawn by Lowry at the same date as ‘A Village on a Hill’. Like its companion piece it is drawn on a larger format sheet than any of the following lithographs by Lowry. Also very rapidly sold-out at the time of its issue in 1966 it is now rarely seen on the market.