William Bradley Lamond (1857-1924) was a Scottish artist with a very collectable powerful impressionist style. He was born at Newtyre near Dundee in 1857 and became a member of the R.B.A. in 1906. His reputation was built initially on portraits but he later turned to seascapes and coastal scenes. He worked mainly in oils and his watercolours seldom come up for sale. Exhibited: R.S.A. R.B.A. RA. and the Glasgow Institute of Fine Art.