Charles Rollinson Lamb
New York, New York
|Died||February 22, 1942(aged 81–82)|
|Education||Art Students League of New York|
Ella Condie Lamb
Born and raised in New York City, he studied under William Sartain at the Art Students' League. He was a member of his father's firm, the J&R Lamb Studios. He was a founding member of the National Sculpture Society. He was best known for ecclesiastical architecture and memorial and historical art. Lamb was the designer of the Dewey Arch in 1899.
Ella and Charles' daughter Katharine Lamb Tait (1895–1981) joined J&R Lamb Studios in 1921. She was the head designer from 1936 through 1979. Ella and Charles' son Karl Barre Lamb (1890–1969) joined J&R Lamb Studios in 1923. He was head of the Studio from 1932 through 1969, streamlining the studio to focus solely on glass.
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