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Maggi Hambling

artist

Maggi HAMBLING, British artist. Award 1969.

Background

Hambling, Maggi was born on October 23, 1945 in Sudbury, England. Daughter of Harry Leonard and Marjorie Rose (Harris) Hambling.

Education

Hadleigh Hall School and Amberfield School, Suffolk, Ipswich School of Art, Camberwell School of Art, London, Slade School of Fine Alternate, London. Painting with Lett Haines and Cedric Morris since 1960.

Career

in London 1973, 1977; at National Gallery 1981, National Portrait Gallery 1983, Serpentine Gallery 1987. Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh 1988, Amolfini Gallery, Bristol 1988, Bernard Jacobson Gallery 1990, Yale Center for British Art, United States of America 1991; Boise Travel Artist in residence National Gallery, London, 1980-1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include: London Exhibition, 1973, 77, National Gallery, 1981, National Portrait Gallery, 1983, Serpentine Gallery, 1987, Richard DeMarco Gallery, Edinburgh, 1988, Arnolfini, Bristol, England, 1988. Public collections include: Arts Council, Birmingham City Art Gallery, British Council, British Museum, Clare Coll, Cambridge, Chelmsford and Essex Museum, Contemporary Art Society, Eastern Arts Collection, European Parliament Collection, Gulbenkian Foundation, Haddo House, Aberdeen, Imperial War Museum, Minories Colchester, Morley College London, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Petworth House, Preston Art Gallery, Rugby Museum, Royal Army Medical College, Southampton Art Gallery, St. Mary's Church, Hadleigh Suffolk, Tate Gallery, Unilever House, Whitworth Art Gallery, Harris Art Gallery, Preston, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, St. Mary's, Paddington, Strawberry Hill College, University College London Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, St. Thomas Hospital, London, Harlech television, Swindon Museum & Art Gallery, Wakefield Art Gallery.

Connections

father:
Harry Leonard Hambling

mother:
Marjorie Rose (Harris) Hambling