Henry Lamb RA

Abandoning his medical studies in his home-town of Manchester to become an artist, in 1905 Lamb moved to London where he studied under Augustus John and William Orpen at their short-lived Chelsea Art School. A highly gifted draughtsman he soon moved to Paris, and painted in Brittany. On his return to London he made his name with an extraordinary full-life sized portrait of his friend, the writer Lytton Strachey (now in the Tate).

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A Breton Pardon

Henry Lamb RA

A R Middleton Todd RA

Henry Lamb RA

£1,250
Army in the Field

Henry Lamb RA

£3,850
Army Truck

Henry Lamb RA

£1,450
Bathers

Henry Lamb RA

£68,500
Breton Scene

Henry Lamb RA

£1,450
Catching Up

Henry Lamb RA

£2,850
Changing Tank Tracks

Henry Lamb RA

£1,450
Child in Medieval Costume

Henry Lamb RA

£1,850
Christine Longford, Mother in Law

Henry Lamb RA

SOLD

Colonel Tang Poahuang (Sketch for a Painting)

Henry Lamb RA

£1,150
Crouching Soldier

Henry Lamb RA

£2,850
Crouching soldier C20

Henry Lamb RA

£2,850
Crowds

Henry Lamb RA

£1,650
Design for Fresco

Henry Lamb RA

£1,950
Edgar Mcwilliam

Henry Lamb RA

SOLD