Maggi Hambling

born 1945

Maggi Hambling, ‘Portrait of Frances Rose’ 1973
Portrait of Frances Rose 1973
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In Tate Britain


Maggi Hambling (born 23 October 1945) is a British painter and sculptor. Perhaps her best-known public works are the sculptures A Conversation with Oscar Wilde in London and Scallop, a 4-metre-high steel piece on Aldeburgh beach dedicated to Benjamin Britten. Both works have attracted a great degree of controversy.

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