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Public Statues and Sculpture Association

William Lamb (1893-1951) was one of the most notable Scottish sculptors of the early 20th century and associated with an extraordinary group of writers and artists based in Montrose between the wars, who became central to the Scottish Renaissance. His sculptures include portrait busts of major figures such as Hugh MacDiarmid, Violet Jacob, David Foggie and the young Princess Elizabeth.

After his death, his studio was preserved as a memorial to his work and was opened to the public in 1978 thanks to the Friends of the William Lamb Studio. For this special online event, the chair of the Friends, Norman Atkinson, will tell us more about Lamb’s life and career and give us a virtual tour around his studio, showcasing many of his most notable works.

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Talk about William Lamb’s life and career, with virtual studio tour
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William Lamb's Studio

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