Maggi Hambling back in the National Gallery after 35 years

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Maggi Hambling back in the National Gallery after 35 years
26th November 2014

Maggi Hambling, long regarded as one of Britain's most controversial artists, today returns to the National Gallery for the first time in almost 35 years.

In 1981, Hambling was the museum's first ever artist in residence and has come back with a new show called Walls of Water. 

The exhibition will show nine never-before-seen paintings, including one inspired by the late Amy Winehouse. 

Game Of Thrones star James Cosmo previewed his latest project at Soho's Ham Yard Hotel last night.
 

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