Item NMC/0213 - A Mad Tea Party?

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NMC/0213

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A Mad Tea Party?

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  • 1975 (Creation)

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(1951-)

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Elspeth Lamb studied at Glasgow School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University and the Tamarind Institute of Lithography, University of New Mexico USA, her main specialism being printmaking. She is an elected RSA Academician, and an elected member of the Society of Scottish Artists and Royal Glasgow Institute, and has taught several workshops in lithography at the Joan Miro Foundation in Mallorca, Spain. For 21 years she taught at the Edinburgh College of Art, latterly as Head of the Department of Printmaking and she has been visiting lecturer at many colleges in the UK including the Glasgow School of Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College Dundee and Middlesex University. She chose to give up all academic teaching commitments in 1999 to pursue her artistic career.

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black and white etching on paper

Dimensions: 854 x 600 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/0213

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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