'Painting the Sound of the Sea' - Maggi Hambling: The Wave

What motivates Maggi Hambling to create her huge sea paintings? The artist discusses her exhibition of wave portraits at the Fitzwilliam Museum, and reveals her enduring fascination with the North Sea by her Suffolk home.

Published: 13 May 2010

Download Media

To download, right-click on any of the following links, and choose save or save-as:

Audio Interchange File Format (.aiff, 34.9 MB, 705 kbps)

Audio Interchange File Format (.aiff, 69.9 MB, 1411 kbps)

MP3 Audio file for mp3 players and iPods (.mp3, 3.2 MB, 64 kbps)

MP3 Audio file for mp3 players and iPods (.mp3, 6.3 MB, 128 kbps)

AAC Audio file (.m4a, 24.6 MB, 469 kbps)

AAC Audio file (.m4a, 26.4 MB, 503 kbps)

Video file for Quicktime (.mov, 12.0 MB, 229 kbps)

Video file for Quicktime (.mov, 23.4 MB, 446 kbps)

Video file for Quicktime (.mov, 43.6 MB, 832 kbps)

Video file for Quicktime (.mov, 47.5 MB, 905 kbps)

Video file for Windows Media (.wmv, 9.8 MB, 186 kbps)

Video file for Windows Media (.wmv, 22.8 MB, 435 kbps)

Video file for Windows Media (.wmv, 23.0 MB, 438 kbps)

Video file for Windows Media (.wmv, 25.0 MB, 476 kbps)

Related Links:

List all Fitzwilliam Museum Podcasts

Subscribe to Fitzwilliam Museum Podcasts

This podcast on University of Cambridge Streaming Media Service


The Fitzwilliam Museum : Podcasts

By using this site you accept the
terms of our Cookie Policy

You are in: Online Resources > Podcasts