Gallery Artists
Maggi Hambling

Maggi Hambling was born in 1945. From 1962-1979 she studied at the Ipswich School of Art, the Camberwell School of art and then the Slade School of Art. Maggi Hambling was the first "Artist in Residence" at the National Gallery, London, in 1980. She is probably most widely known for her wonderfully perceptive portraits of comedian, Max Wall, exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in 1983. Maggi Hambling's appearances in the Channel 4 "Gallery" art game, chaired by George Melly, exposed her unique personality and knowledge of art to a very wide public.

Maggi Hambling is an artist who refuses to be pigeonholed: like all great painters, she has moved with confidence from one subject and medium to the next. She is an incisive portrait painter, skilled draughtsman, perceptive social commentator, accomplished history painter, and brilliant landscape artist.

Maggi Hambling first exhibited her work at Bohun Gallery in 1994 and has continued to exhibit both paintings and sculpture at the Oxfordshire gallery ever since.

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Before Dawn, December, 2013

Oil on canvas
12 x 31.5 ins



Choppy Seas, March, 2013

Oil on canvas
12 x 31.5 ins



Coffin Struck by Lightning

Bronze
13.5 x 13.5 x 7.5 ins



Laugh 46/50, 1991

Etching & aquatint (Signed)
29.72 x 22.05 ins



Moon and Sea II


3 x 4.5 ins



Moon and Sea IV


3 x 4 ins



Night Waves I

Oil on board
4 x 6 ins



Night Waves II

Oil on board
4 x 6 ins



Night Waves III

Oil on board
4 x 6 ins



Night Waves IV

Oil on board
4 x 6 ins



Rite of Spring III

Oil on canvas
10 x 14 ins



Rite of Spring IV

Oil on canvas
10 x 14 ins



Rite of Spring V

Oil on canvas
10 x 14 ins



War Requiem II: Battle Field, 2014

Oil on canvas
11¾ x 31½ ins



War Requiem II: Victim XLV, 2015

Oil on canvas
12 x 10 ins



War Requiem II: Victim XXXVIII, 2015

Oil on canvas
12 x 10 ins



Wave Crest I

Oil on board
3.5 x 5 ins



Wave Crest III

Oil on board
4 x 6 ins



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