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A Hidden Gem

'Really enjoyed my impromtu visit to the William Lamb Studio in Montrose yesterday. It's a real... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2018
GraemePurves
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Gray's School of Art meets William Lamb

I organised a visit to the studio with my fellow students from Gray's School of Art and had a... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2017
Jade S
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Formerly the studio of sculptor William Lamb, this museum was paid for by the commission the artist received for his sculptures of Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother.
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24 Market Street, Montrose, Scotland
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+44 1674 673232
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Reviewed 29 March 2018

'Really enjoyed my impromtu visit to the William Lamb Studio in Montrose yesterday. It's a real gem! This talented sculptor deserves to be much better known.

Thank GraemePurves
Reviewed 15 November 2017 via mobile

I organised a visit to the studio with my fellow students from Gray's School of Art and had a really great day drawing, looking through the piles of drawings and etchings and of course admiring the exquisite sculptures. The volunteers/staff couldn't be more accomodating -...More

Thank Jade S
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

William Lamb is a sculptor who is hardly known outside of a few people in Montrose, his hometown, but he is undoubtedly a superb artist who should be recognised far more widely and this exhibition of his work is ample proof. The studio where he...More

Thank Hstevens282
Reviewed 15 June 2015

Wonderful and amazing visit to this little gem of an artist's studio. Would love to go again. Unfortunately as there is not a lot of space in the museum think it would be a challenge for a disabled person.

Thank ILoveGoingPlaces
Reviewed 3 June 2015

We were tipped off by a friend to visit this little attraction and we were absolutely stunned by the works on show in the artist's own studio. What a breath-taking experience it was. Wood, stone and bronze sculptures, water colours, etchings, ink and pencil drawings...More

Thank Katy1950
Reviewed 31 July 2014

Tucked away up a small close at the end of the High Street this hidden gem is well worth the visit. Full of the work of William Lamb one of Scotland's best but little known sculptors it provides a showcase for his work. A recently...More

Thank ihammie
Reviewed 25 November 2013

This studio is well worth a visit in Momtrose. It is stuated just off Market Street in the centre of Montrose. William Lamb was a remarkable man injured in World War one he produced Sculptures of amazing quality. He used local people as his subjects/models...More

1  Thank Abbynumero1
Reviewed 11 August 2013

This is a superb collection of sculpture and drawings/etchings by a gifted artist whose time of serious recognition has, I think, yet to come. I have been aware of this collection for most of my adult life and feel the need to re- visit it...More

1  Thank ugieb151
Reviewed 11 August 2013

For those interested in art, the studio is a 'must-see' - it must have one of the most comprehensive collections of an artist's work in the UK. For those not so fussed by sculpture (and the excellent collection of drawings) Lamb's life story is sufficient...More

Thank Tranbylad
Reviewed 30 July 2013

The William Lamb Studio in Montrose is open from 2pm to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday each week From late June until the end of August. It is worth a visit and there are superb sculptures by this internationally recognised sculptor of the Queen, and her...More

Thank DavidMay1945
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Response from GraemePurves | Reviewed this property |
I was lucky enough to find it open at 2:00 pm last Tuesday, but I understand that it is only open occasionally outside the tourist season. The studio is manned by volunteers. The leaflet I have says that it is open on... More
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