A rare opportunity: In addition to three new 2015 oil paintings we have a collection of twenty two Hambling etchings.
Maggi Hambling CBE Painter and Sculptor
1960 studied with Lett Haines and Cedric Morris
1964-67 Camberwell School of Art, London
1967-69 Slade School of Art, London
Hambling was the First Artist In Residence at The National Gallery, London and in 1995 she won the Jerwood Prize for Painting (with Patrick Caulfield).
Her work is in many university, corporate and museum collections including: Tate Gallery; Imperial War Museum and National Gallery, London. Her Oscar Wilde sculpture was unveiled in central London In 1998 and Scallop for Benjamin Britten was installed on Aldeburgh Beach in 2003.
Recent selected exhibitions
Maggi Hambling: Walls of Water
The National Gallery, London
Maggi Hambling Five Mornings: New oil paintings
and Andrew Lambirth Collective Works: collage;
The Resurrection Spirit
unveiled at St. Dunstan’s Church, Sussex
Wall of Water, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia
The Winchester Tapestries unveiled at
Winchester Cathedral, UK
War Requiem installation shown at SNAP 2013,
Maggi Hambling: The Wave
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Numerous public collections all over the world including: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Tate Collections, London; Contemporary Art Society, London; British Museum, London; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery, London; Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon; Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut, USA