David Hockney ‘Lithographic Water Made of Lines, Crayon and Two Blue Washes Without Green Wash’, 1978–80 © David Hockney

David Hockney, Lithographic Water Made of Lines, Crayon and Two Blue Washes Without Green Wash', David Hockney

Francis Bacon ‘Study for a Portrait’, 1952 © Estate of Francis Bacon. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015

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

R.B. Kitaj ‘The Desire for Lunch is a Bourgeois Obsessional Neurosis or Grey Schizoids’, 1965 © The estate of R. B. Kitaj

Kitaj, The Desire for Lunch is a Bourgeois Obsessional Neurosis or Grey Schizoids, 1965

'Errata', R.B. Kitaj | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Errata’, R.

R.B. Kitaj ‘Yaller Bird’, 1964 © The estate of R. B. Kitaj

Yaller Bird by R B Kitaj. reminds me of European comics. A bit Moebius

Francis Bacon ‘Three Figures and Portrait’, 1975 © Estate of Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon ‘Three Figures and Portrait’, 1975 © Estate of Francis Bacon rtist Francis Bacon Title Three Figures and Portrait Date 1975 Medium Oil paint and pastel on canvas Dimensions Support: 1981 x 1473 mm frame: 2175 x 1668 x 98 mm Collection Tate

R.B. Kitaj ‘Setpiece 2’, 1969–70 © The estate of R. B. Kitaj

Artwork page for ‘Setpiece R.

David Hockney ‘The Third Love Painting’, 1960 © David Hockney

“Highlights of Hockney: Love Painting, Warhol pencil portrait, the insanely amazing, huge huge huge Henry Geldzahler painting”

R.B. Kitaj ‘Disciple of Bernstein and Kautsky’, 1964 © The estate of R. B. Kitaj

Kitaj, ‘Disciple of Bernstein and Kautsky’ 1964

Francis Bacon ‘Figure in a Landscape’, 1945 © Tate

Tate Britain is to offer art lovers a feast for the senses, encouraging them to experience work by artists including Francis Bacon not just with their eyes, but their noses, mouths and ears as well.

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