Maggi Hambling

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This volume presents a major study of Maggi Hambling (b.1945), one of Britain's most significant and controversial artists. Written by James Cahill, with comment by the artist, it focuses on two recent bodies of work: War Requiem (2013), a site-specific installation comprising 50 paintings of war victims and battlefields; and Aftermath (2015), a series of sculptures made first in wood, then in bronze, which coax imaginary beings out of natural forms.

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Maggi Hambling

Maggi Hambling

'War Requiem' and 'Aftermath'

Paperback160pp Illustrated273x230mm

9781910065228     Product Code: 225173

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This volume presents a major study of Maggi Hambling (b.1945), one of Britain's most significant and controversial artists. Written by James Cahill, with comment by the artist, it focuses on two recent bodies of work: War Requiem (2013), a site-specific installation comprising 50 paintings of war victims and battlefields; and Aftermath (2015), a series of sculptures made first in wood, then in bronze, which coax imaginary beings out of natural forms.

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