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(English, b. 1934)
Clive Madgwick was born in London in 1934. He was educated at Epsom College and London University.
Madgwick has painted professionally since 1972. Well known for his English genre scenes, his landscape and hunting compositions come from his love of rural Great Britain and his own sporting endeavors. Madgwick also excels in architectural scenes.
The artist has had over twenty one-man exhibits throughout the United Kingdom and elsewhere. He has had particularly important shows in the United States, Scandinavia, Germany and Australia. Madgwick has produced major commissioned works for various large companies, including Boots of Nottingham, and the Abbey National Building Society. Several of his paintings have been reproduced by Medici, and CCA Publications. He has won, in 1978, the Royal Landscape Prize, and, in 1987, The Daler and Rowney Equestrian Society Award.
Once of Clive Madgwick’s most impressive paintings, "Buckingham Palace from St. James Park" is found in the collection of Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.