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      • Ella Condie Lamb (American, 1862 - 1936)
        Jun. 22, 2023

        Ella Condie Lamb (American, 1862 - 1936)

        Est: $100 - $300

        Watercolor on board. Signed bottom right. 16" x 15". Note: A possible preparatory work for a stained-glass window or large mosaic. Provenance: Providence, Rhode Island Collection.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb (American, 1862 - 1936)
        Mar. 23, 2023

        Ella Condie Lamb (American, 1862 - 1936)

        Est: $300 - $500

        16 x 15". Watercolor on board. Signed bottom right. Note: A possible preparatory work for a stained glass window or large mosaic. Provenance: Providence, Rhode Island Collection.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Feb. 18, 2021

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jan. 07, 2021

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Dec. 10, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Nov. 19, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Oct. 22, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Sep. 24, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Aug. 13, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jul. 30, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jul. 09, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        May. 28, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Apr. 26, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Apr. 15, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Apr. 01, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Feb. 13, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jan. 10, 2020

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Nov. 23, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Oct. 19, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Aug. 31, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jul. 31, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jun. 22, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

        East Coast Books
      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jun. 08, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Apr. 27, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Mar. 14, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Feb. 14, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jan. 19, 2019

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Dec. 15, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Nov. 03, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Oct. 06, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Sep. 08, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Aug. 09, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jul. 11, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jun. 12, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        May. 24, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Apr. 18, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Mar. 21, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Feb. 20, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jan. 23, 2018

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Dec. 19, 2017

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Oct. 28, 2017

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Sep. 27, 2017

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Aug. 30, 2017

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph
        Jul. 29, 2017

        Ella Condie Lamb - lithograph

        Est: $100 - $150

        Ella Condie Lamb (1862-1936?) American painter and stained glass artist. Offered here is an original lithograph, plate signed, 10 x 8 in. plus margins. This is from a portfolio done for the American Artists' War Emergency Fund, one of the numerous war activities of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents. This project was done in 1918. There are some wrinkles in the margin area, the image area is very good. Ella C. Lamb studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League with William Merrit Chase, Walter Shirlaw, and C. Y. Turner. In England she studied with Hubert Herkomar, and in France with R. Collin. She married Charles Rollinson Lamb of the famous J. & R. Lamb Studios and contributed to the success of the studio with her mural painting and stained glass design. In the 1939 Who's Who she cited mural or stained glass projects: Flower Memorial Library, Watertown, NY, the Governor Baldwin Memorial in St. John's Church, Detroit, the Sage Memorial at Cornell University, the reredos in St. Mary's Church, Wayne, PA, the Russell Memorial at Wells College, and the Hobart Memorial at Briarly School in New York. All of these appear to have been completed under the auspices of the Lamb Studios.Ella C. Lamb earned the Dodge Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1889 and honorable mentions in painting at both the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Buffalo Exposition of 1901.

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      • Joseph Condie Lamb, Mountain landscape, o/c.
        Jun. 03, 2017

        Joseph Condie Lamb, Mountain landscape, o/c.

        Est: $400 - $600

        **Revised Description** Lamb, Joseph Condie (United States, d.1990). Oil on canvas. Landscape of a raft among mountains. Signed and stamped l.l. 24" x 36 1/16". Frame: 24 5/16" x 36 13/16".

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      • Joseph Condie Lamb, beach scene, o/c.
        Jun. 03, 2017

        Joseph Condie Lamb, beach scene, o/c.

        Est: $300 - $500

        **Revised description** Lamb, Joseph Condie (United States, d.1990). Oil on canvas. Warm beach landscape with birds. Signed l.r. 24 5/8" x 29 5/8". Frame: 25 1/4" x 30 1/4".

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      • Joseph Condie Lamb, Mountain landscape, a/c.
        Jun. 03, 2017

        Joseph Condie Lamb, Mountain landscape, a/c.

        Est: $400 - $600

        **Revised description** Lamb, Joseph Condie (United States, d.1990). Acrylic on Canvas applied to board. Bright mountain landscape. Signed l.r. 22 1/8" x 26 1/8". Frame: 22 3/4" x 26 13/16".

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      • Joseph Condie Lamb, Sunset with ship, a/c.
        Jun. 03, 2017

        Joseph Condie Lamb, Sunset with ship, a/c.

        Est: $300 - $500

        **Revised description** Lamb, Joseph Condie (United States, d.1990). Acrylic on canvas. Sunset with ship. Signed l.r. 22" x 30". Frame: 22 3/4" x 30 3/4".

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