Artist and sculptor William Lamb was born in Montrose, in 1893.
Lamb sculpted many society figures – including the Queen Mother and both Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, as young girls. Lamb’s main body of work was inspired by the everyday people and places around Montrose.
The William Lamb Studio was designed by Lamb himself and has been preserved much as it was when he worked there. It houses a collection of his sculptures, prints and drawings. If you visit, you can also see his workroom, with tools, and his living room, featuring self-styled furniture.
Openings are undertaken by The Friends of the William Lamb Studio – dates, times and access arrangements are available through the website.
The studio, although easily accessed from the street, has limited wheelchair access on the ground floor level due to the layout of the artworks. There is no wheelchair access to the upper studio.
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