Maggi Hambling
b. 1945



Biography and Selected Exhibitions
1945
Born Sudbury, Suffolk
1960
Studied with Lett Haines and Cedric Morris
1962-4
Ipswich School of Art
1964-7
Camberwell School of Art
1967-9
Slade School of Fine Art
1969
Boise Travel Award, New York
1977
Arts Council Award
1980-1
First Artist in Residence, National Gallery, London
1995
Jerwood Painting Prize (with Patrick Caulfield)
1998
A Conversation with Oscar Wilde unveiled, Adelaide Street, London, WC2
2003
Benjamin Britten Sculpture unveiled, The Beach at Aldburgh
2005
Public Monuments & Sculpture Association Marsh Award for              Excellence in Public Sculpture
2008
Lives and works in London and Suffolk
Exhibitions
1967
Paintings and Drawings, Hadleigh Gallery, Suffolk
1973
Paintings and Drawings, Morley Gallery, London
1977
New Oil Paintings, Warehouse Gallery, London
1981
Drawings and Paintings on View, National Gallery, London
1987
Maggi Hambling, Serpentine Gallery, London
1990
New Paintings 1989-90, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London
1991
An Eye Through a Decade, Yale Center for British Art, Newhaven, Connecticut
1992
The Jemma Series, Monotypes, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London
1993-4
Towards Laughter, Maggi Hambling, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland and tour
1995
Jerwood Painting Prize, Royal Academy of Scotland, Edinburgh; Royal Academy, London
1997
A Statue for Oscar Wilde, National Portrait Gallery, London
Maggi Hambling - A Matter of Life and Death, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
2000-1
Good Friday – Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture 1965-2000, Gainsborough’s House,
Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University
2003
North Sea Paintings, Aldeburgh Festival Exhibition, Suffolk
The Very Special Brew Series, Sotheby’s, London
2007
No Straight Lines, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath,
Abbot Hall, Cumbria
1996-2008
Marlborough Fine Art, Six exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, drawings and prints              


 
     
 
   
 
 
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