The story of School Prints – LS Lowry’s Punch and Judy

LS Lowry produced one of the most fondly remembered School Prints, Punch and Judy, published in the 1940s. Artists were commissioned to create original lithograph prints which were editioned in very large numbers and sold cheaply to schools, allowing children to enjoy real works of art. Each print had a border, to act as a ‘frame’ and they were all printed by The Baynard Press.

Find out more about Punch and Judy and the School Print scheme in the video below.