Caroline Wiseman Modern & Contemporary
Maggi Hambling

John Berger
33 x 27 cm
Gyclee print

Gyclee print of an ink drawing of the famous art critic, in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery. Edition of 10, Signed and dated.



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Artist's Biography

Maggi Hambling trained at the Ipswich School of Art, from 1962 to 1964, Camberwell School of Art, from 1964 to 1967 and the Slade School of Fine Art, from 1967 to 1969.  In 1969 she received a Boise Travel Award to New York.  Hambling\\\'s reputation was formed by a major series of portraits of the celebrated British comedian Max Wall, produced while she was the first Artist-in-Residence at the National Gallery, London (from 1980 to 1981), and exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in 1983. 

In the mid-1980s she turned to landscape painting, made in her native Suffolk.  Her studies of dawn in the Orwell Estuary recall the luminous visions of the 19th-century English masters J. M. W. Turner and John Constable.  In works from the early 1990s a violent symbolism disturbs dreamlike compositions; whirlpools of primal colour revolve around the image of a fractured moon in elegies of spectral radiance.