Maggi Hambling Scallop Sculpture Aldeburgh Suffolk
Maggi Hambling's famous Scallop sculpture on Aldeburgh beach. Maggi Hambling, the art world's 'female Bacon', joked that she was being awarded a CBE because of the popularity of her controversial Scallop sculpture. The 12ft-high sea shell, which was erected in 2003 on Aldeburgh beach in Suffolk to celebrate the British composer Benjamin Britten, has been condemned as an eyesore by some locals. In Suffolk, her GBP 70,000 Scallop has been repeatedly vandalised and daubed with words such as 'move this tin can' and 'rubbish'.
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