Maggi Hambling is active/lives in United Kingdom. Maggi Hambling is known for Portrait, land-and seascape painting, sculpture.
Biography Maggi Hambling
Margaret J. (Maggi) Hambling (born 1945)
Born at Sudbury, Suffolk on 23 October 1945, daughter of Harry Hambling and his wife Marjorie née Harris who married at Hadleigh, Suffolk in 1933. An English painter and sculptor, perhaps her best known public works are a memorial to Oscar Wilde in central London and Scallop, on the Aldeburgh beach in Suffolk dedicated to Benjamin Britten, both works have proved controversial.
Educated at Amberfield School, Nacton, Suffolk where her art teacher Yvonne Drewey, described her as being her 'pride and joy'. Hambling then studied at the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing from 1960 under [Sir] Cedric Morris (1889-1982) and Arthur Lett-Haines (1884-1978), Ipswich School of
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