24 Market Street
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- Montrose Museum: 01674 673232
William Lamb was a man who gave all to his art. Worldly success and the politics of art interested him not at all. He may be revealed now as one of the few original minds in Scottish art of this century. The building was William Lamb A.R.S.A.’s studio from 1934 to 1951 and is retained much as it was on his death. It was given to the town on the death of the sculptor, at his specific request, and was opened by the Montrose Town Council as a memorial to Lamb in 1955. The studio then underwent a complete renovation in 1978 by Angus District council. The artists sculpture, prints and drawings are displayed in the studio. Also featured are his workroom and tools and his living room with self-styled furniture.
Tuesday to Sunday 14.00-17.00 July and August and at other times by arrangement with the Curator of Montrose Museum.
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- Object study facilities available (enquire in advance)
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