Signed and dated Aug 1975 Acrylic, graphite and multi-media on canvas. 121cm/91cmEnquire
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Signed and dated Aug 1975 Acrylic, graphite and multi-media on canvas 121cm/91cmENQUIRE
c. 1500 Tempera on panel 32cm/30cmENQUIRE
SIGNED AND DATED 1989
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EX IMPORTANT UK PRIVATE COLLECTION
The inimitable British artist revered for her physical, fearless use of oil paint; Maggi Hambling's powerful, emotionally charged landscapes and seascapes are increasingly sought after. An early precursor to the artist's highly acclaimed 'North Sea' paintings, this untitled and uninhibited work (created during the period of her Orwell Estuary series) exudes a turbulent energy that is singularly Hambling’s own.
SIGNED AND DATED 2008/9
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From the Scottish contemporary artist’s series of satirical portraits, highlighting the hypocrisy of cultural hierarchies.
SIGNED AND DATED 'HAMBLING/06-07'
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EX MARLBOROUGH FINE ART
Renowned for her impressionistic seascapes, the Suffolk-born artist, Maggi Hambling, has been painting the waters off the East Anglian coast since 2002. One of the earlier works from this ‘North Sea’ series, ‘High Sea, August’ encapsulates the wild ferociousness for which these coastal waters — and indeed the artist herself — are so famed.
Works by John Singer Sargent; Eugène Boudin and a large, historically significant work by a 17th century Flemish Master.
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