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William Lamb Studio reopens for summer season

The William Lamb Studio re-opened on Tuesday (July 1) for the summer season.

The studio houses a unique collection by the sculptor William Lamb who was born in Montrose in 1893. Lamb sculptured portraits of many well known local artists and society figures – the most famous of whom were the Queen Mother (then the Duchess of York) together with her young daughters, HM The Queen and HRH Princess Margaret, which are on display in the Studio. The studio, which was designed by Lamb himself, has been preserved much as it was when he worked there, and on display are many of his sculptures, etchings and paintings, as well as his modelling and carving tools, giving visitors a unique insight into the life and work of this fascinating artist.

The studio is open daily from 2 until 5 p.m. and admission is free. From Wednesday, July 16, there will be a small series of informal talks on the Studio Collections on Wednesday afternoons.

Do go along and enjoy the art of William Lamb in this unique setting and learn.

 

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