William Bradley Lamond worked for many years on the Caledonian Railway. He developed a talent for portrait painting at which he made an early reputation.
William Bradley Lamond later turned to landscape, enjoying particularly, working horses in woodland with effective portrayal of dappled sunshine through trees. Also coastal scenes, often with children fishing off the rocks.
Largely self-taught this led to a direct, personal style with fine sense of colour and composition. William Bradley Lamond lived most of his life in Tayport, Fife and Dundee. Exhibited RA, RSA and GI.
If you require any further information on William Bradley Lamond (1857 - 1924), please feel free to contact us.