1959 - ?

Andrew G. Lambirth, was born in Surrey in 1959, son of Gordon Frank Trevallion Lambirth and his wife Alelaide H. née Betteridge, who married in S.W.Essex in 1945. Andrew began his career as an author by working with the veteran surrealist Eileen Agar (1899-1991) on her autobiography, which was published in 1988. Lambirthís own interest in collage was sparked by this early encounter, and he continued to develop gradually over the next two and a half decades, mostly in small-scale private work. His exhibiting debut as a collagist, took place at the prestigious 'Discerning Eye' exhibition at Londonís Mall Galleries. A writer, critic and curator, art critic for 'The Spectator' and has written for a wide range of publications including 'The Sunday Times' and 'The Independent'. Contributing editor of 'The Royal Academy of Arts magazine' 1990-2002. The author of numerous art books including 'Ken Kiff', 'L.S. Lowry Conversation Pieces', 'Craigie Aitchison', 'Kitaj', 'Allen Jones' and 'Maggi Hambling'. He has exhibited at The Minories, Colchester and lives at Stebbings, Back Lane, Washbrook, Suffolk.

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