John Raoul Wilmot Stansfeld MBE, recognised as an innovator and pioneer in the Scottish salmon industry, has died in Montrose at the age of 84.
A pair of Tayside's finest wartime artists will be recognised in a national plaque scheme, it has been revealed.
A plan to draw aline under the controversy that engulfed Montrose's William Lamb studio during a summer of discontent has been rubber stamped by councillors.
The row over the opening of the William Lamb Studio is rumbling on as hopes fade that the collection will be open to the public this summer.
A tour aimed at sealing Montrose's status as "the sculpture capital of Angus" has taken place as a studio showcasing famed artist William Lamb is shut because of a funding shortfall.
The "internationally significant" William Lamb Studio in Montrose faces the threat of drastically reduced opening hours during the important peak season after funding from the Common Good fund dried up.
The Earl of Wessex has hailed the efforts of volunteers for keeping Montrose sculptor William Lamb’s memory alive.
One of the Scottish art world's most respected figures will give an anniversary talk in Angus this week.
The last uncast model of celebrated Angus sculptor William Lamb will be preserved for future generations as a bronze statuette.
The Friends of the William Lamb Studio held their 35th annual model competition for Montrose area schoolchildren. The winners were Amy Allen, Lottie Duncan, medal winner Amber Gordon, Fin Graham, Zoe Graham, Lauren Humphries, Isaac Imrie, Poppy Nichols, and Stephanie Ray.