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  • Photopolymer print on matte 315gsm paper
  • Artwork size: 29.7 x 42cm
  • Edition of 100
  • Limited edition
  • Signed by the artist and numbered on the Certificate of Authenticity

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Maggi Hambling

Maggi Hambling (b. 1945) is a British painter and sculptor best known for her evocative land and seascapes and expressive portraits. Hambling is best known for her sculptures that sparked conversation and sometimes split public and critical opinion, such as A Conversation with Oscar Wilde in Charing Cross, London, and Scallop on Aldeburgh beach, Suffolk. In 1980, Hambling became the first Artist in Residence at the National Gallery, London, and has since gone on to receive an OBE and CBE for her services to painting.



We love how Hambling’s paintings call to mind the work of renowned artists J.M.W Turner and John Constable and Hokusai, even as she forges her own identity through her gestural brushstrokes and intricate mark making. This combination of art historical influences and revitalised marks mean Hambling's paintings are intriguing and fresh - a contemporary spin on old techniques. We particularly appreciate Hambling's dedication to paying homage to past great artists, all whilst forging her own path.

Limited Edition

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