Les Lambson – the master of landscape art

The art of Les Lambson are characterized by deliberate exaggeration in line as effectively as in colour. Understatement, as we find when enjoying his work, is the key to Lambson’s artwork.

Landscape is his primary theme. The method is his own, it is exclusive. His maxim is that technique is the vocabulary of the artist – but he must have something of relevance to state.

Lambson came into this world in Big Lost River Valley, Idaho in 1921. As a young man he collected several degrees including: Fine Arts, Art Education, Psychology, and one or two others. He did both graduate and post-graduate work in Fine Art and Art Education.

More than One thousand of Lambson’s panintings can be found in private homes and collections as well as in museums and galleries all over the world.