(1862 - 1936)
Ella Condie Lamb was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Ella Lamb is known for portraits, landscapes, murals, miniatures, mosaic and stained glass.
The following information was submitted by James Benson in March of 2006:
Condie Lamb lived and worked in New York City in the late 19th and
early 20th centuries. She was an acclaimed designer of art in
mural, mosaic and stained glass for the J&R Lamb Studios, and her
work for the Studios can be seen today in the Sage Chapel at
Cornell University, in the Governor Flower Memorial Library in
Watertown, New York, and elsewhere. The New York Herald, in a
full page article about Ella in 1911, gave her the title "The Mistress
of Mosaic" for her exceptional design work. Mrs. Lamb also
maintained private studios and produced portraits, murals, landscapes
and miniatures in oil, watercolor, pastel, ... Displaying 750 of 9041 characters.