Vanishing (Carole Brémaud); They faces are distorted and blank, giving the figures within the portraits/paintings a sense of anonymity and emotionless. This is a technique I will surely use within my work by using self portraits or portraits of loved ones yet using more intense colour and shapes to create an expressionist piece.

These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud This would be interesting to try and recreate as a photography collection

Francis Bacon - self portrait I find it interesting on how his distorted faces can represent alienation.

Portrait of Michel Leiris 1976 . Frqancis Bacon, Louise and Michel Leiris Collection.

Francis Bacon. Self-Portrait. 1969. --I cannot help wondering what put him over the edge (if anything)--some artists are wack, some are just good at digging into what that "wack" must feel like...

Francis Bacon - Self-Portrait, 1969 oil on canvas, x cm private collection

francis bacon: This painting expresses the emotion of fear by using dark colors and by using facial expressions in his artwork.

Francis Bacon painting sold for $142.4MILLION at auction

Francis Bacon ‘Study for a Portrait’, 1952 © Estate of Francis Bacon. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2014 On display at Tate Britain Theme: BP Walk through British Art Room: 1950

Francis Bacon - I know, I know, not to do with spring but the AGO is having an exhibit on him and Henry Moore and this would be a great one to see.

Francis Bacon at AGO's joint exhibit along side Henry Moore's works. Contrasts a negative artist & his local-immediate view, vs 1 w a largely optimistic, global view. Guess which one was born into privilege?

Francis Bacon Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com, art, perspective, portrait

two studies for a self portrait right panel, Francis Bacon Paintings, Art, Painting, Art Pictures

Powerfully rendered: Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies for a Portrait of Lucian Freud' (est £7m-£9m)

Francis Bacon's painting of Lucian Freud revealed

(♥) Francis Bacon, 1967 -by Jorge (J.S.) Lewinski. It is said that, until 1949, Bacon refused to allow his photograph to be taken. However, after relenting for photographers including Cecil Beaton, Bill Brandt and his friend John Deakin, it seems Bacon came to enjoy theprocess.

Francis Bacon, 1967 -by Jorge (J.) Lewinski “ about this portrait It is said that, until Bacon refused to allow his photograph to be taken. However, after relenting for photographers including.

Francis Bacon was Irish and British and lived 1909 –1992 he was known for his bold, graphic and emotionally raw imagery.

study of george dyer, Francis Bacon Paintings, Art, Painting, Art Pictures

Francis Bacon (28 October 1909 – 28 April 1992) was an Irish-born British figurative painter known for his bold, graphic and emotionally raw imagery.[1] Bacon's painterly but abstracted figures typically appear isolated in glass or steel geometrical cages set against flat, nondescript backgrounds.

Francis Bacon October 1909 – 28 April this piece makes me feel scared because of his choice of setting and shadow which just adds that feeling in which I as a person see no hope in my future.


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