Maggi Hambling British 1945-

Maggi Hambling painter and print maker, born in Suffolk where she still lives today. She began her studies at Cedric Morris’ and Lett Haines East Anglican School of painting and Drawing, continuing her studies at Ipswich, Camberwell and the Slade Art schools. In 1980 she was appointed as the first contemporary artist in residence at the National Gallery and in 1995 awarded (jointly with Patrick Caulfield) the Jerwood Prize for Painting.

Hambling has had numerous solo museum exhibitions since 1980 in the UK and world wide, including the National Gallery , the National Portrait Gallery, Serpentine Gallery , Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia The British Museum and the Jerwood Gallery etc.

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