Francis Bacon - Crucifixion, 1933 - oil on canvas, 62 x cm - private collection
Portrait of Michel Leiris 1976 . Frqancis Bacon, Louise and Michel Leiris Collection.
Francis Bacon - Figure in Sea, circa Oil on canvas. © The Estate of Francis Bacon. All rights reserved.
Francis Bacon, Figures in a street, 1983
beyond-the-canvas: “Francis Bacon, Head VI. oil on canvas.
Here’s a line that Bacon loved from Orestria by Greek dramatist Aeschylus: “The reek of human blood smiles out at me.
Francis Bacon Study of a Dog, 1952 Oil on canvas x cm Presented by Eric Hall 1952 Tate, London © Tate, London 2016
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Two Figures at a Window ~ artist Francis Bacon,
Francis Bacon Figure with Meat, 1954 oil on canvas, x cm The Art Institute of Chicago.
In Bacon painted ‘Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X’. This painting, commonly referred to as 'The Screaming Pope', was based on Velazquez's 'Portrait of Pope Innocent X' of 1650 and is considered to be Francis Bacon’s masterpiece.
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Study for a Pope, Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon, Two Figures At A Window, 1953 (I'm no fan of Francis Bacon - one of the tin gods of the art establishment, of whom no criticism is allowed, God knows - but this is nicely done.
I really like the use of cages in Bacon’s work as they show the struggle of the person situated in the piece, as in the title of this piece -pain
Two Figures, 1953 Francis Bacon. Deleuze on Bacon, Painting Series
Triptych, Center, 1974 by Francis Bacon
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