THE William Lamb Studio in Montrose re-opened last Friday for the summer season.
The studio houses a collection by the sculptor, who was born in Montrose in 1893.
The exterior of the studio has been freshly painted and the courtyard resurfaced to accommodate the sculpture Le Paresseux, which has been relocated from outside Montrose Museum.
Lamb designed the studio himself and it has been preserved much as it was when he worked there.
Many of the sculptures, etchings and paintings are on display, as well as modelling and carving tools, giving visitors an insight into his life and work.
The studio is open daily from 2 to 5 pm and admission is free.