Frances Rose (2)

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From the age of 15 Hambling studied under the painters Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines, who emphasised the importance of drawing and painting from life. Painted in 1973, this work marks the beginning of Hambling’s return to this process and depicts her neighbour at the time, Frances Rose, a widow in her eighties. Maggi Hambling was the joint winner of the Jerwood Painting Prize in 1995 with Patrick Caulfield.

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Frances Rose (2)




oil on canvas


H 119.5 x W 91.5 cm

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Signed, dated and inscribed, verso: ‘MAGGI / HAMBLING / 1973 / ‘FRANCES ROSE (2)’”


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