Maggi Hambling

1945 Born Sudbury, Suffolk Studied 1960 – With Lett Haines and Cedric Morris

1962– 64 Ipswich School of Art 1964 –67 Camberwell School of Art 1967– 69 Slade School of Fine Art

Awards

1969 Boise Travel Award, New York

1977 Arts Council Award

198081 First Artist in Residence, National Gallery, London

1995 Jerwood Painting Prize (with Patrick Caulfield)

2005 Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture for Scallop

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 1983 Pictures of Max Wall, National Portrait Gallery London and tour 1987 Maggi Hambling, Serpentine Gallery, London 1988 Maggi Hambling, Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr. Moments of the Sun, Arnolfini, Bristol and tour 1990 

New Paintings

1989-90, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London 1991 An Eye Through a Decade, Yale Center for British Art, Newhaven, Connecticut1992 The Jemma Series, monotypes, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London 1993 Dragon Morning, Works in Clay, CCA Galleries, London 1993–94 Towards Laughter, Maggi Hambling, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland and tour1995 Jerwood Painting Prize, Royal Academy of Scotland, Edinburgh, Royal Academy, London 1996 Sculpture in Bronze, Marlborough Fine Art London 1997 A Matter of Life and Death, Bothy Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. A Statue for Oscar Wilde, National Portrait Gallery, London; Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin 1998 A Convesation with Oscar Wilde, unveiled Adelaide Street, London, facing Charing Cross Station 2000 Good Friday, Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury, Suffolk2001 Good Friday, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Henrietta Moraes by Maggi Hambling, Marlborough Fine Art, London. Father, Morley Gallery, London 2003 The Very Special Brew Series, Sotheby’s, London. North Sea Paintings, Snape Maltings Concert Hall Gallery, Suffolk. Scallop, a sculpture to celebrate Benjamin Britten, unveiled Aldeburgh, Suffolk2004 Thorpeness Sluice and North Sea Waves, Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk 2006 Portraits of People and the Sea, Marlborough Fine Art London 2007 No Straight Lines, Octagon Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Abbot Hall, Kendal Waves Breaking, Marlborough Graphics, London. Waves Breaking, Northumbria University Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne. Waves and Waterfalls, Abbot Hall, Kendal2008 Waves and Waterfalls, Marlborough Fine Art, London. Waterfalls and Slaughden Waves, Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. North Sea Waves, David Case Fine Art, Norfolk 2009 George always-portraits of George Melly by Maggi Hambling, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and National Portrait Gallery, London. The Sea – paintings by LS Lowry and Maggi Hambling, The Lowry, Salford, Manchester 2010 Maggi Hambling: The Wave, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Maggi Hambling: New Sea Sculpture,

Paintings and Etchings

Marlborough Fine Art, London. The Brixton Heron, The Prince & Dex Building, London. 2012 You are the Sea, installation shown at SNAP 2012, Aldeburgh Festival. 2013 The Resurrection Spirit, unveiled at St Dunstan’s Church, Mayfield, East Sussex, UK. Wall of water, The Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia. The Winchester Tapestries unveiled at Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, UK. War Requiem, installation shown at SNAP 2013, Aldeburgh Festival.

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