"Of course, we are meat, we are potential carcasses If I go into a butcher's shop I always think it's surprising that I wasn't there instead of the animal."  "Nietzsche forecast our future for us--he was the Cassandra of the nineteenth century---he told us it's all so meaningless we might as well be extraordinary."  --Francis Bacon

FRANCIS BACON muriel belcher 1966 right panel Three Studies of Muriel Belcher, 1966 x cm Private Collection jpg Painting

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

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

Francis Bacon- The only artist to date that has actually made me feel a visceral reaction to his work. I actually had to leave his exhibition at the Met because of the anxiety it brings on. Just amazing.

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.

Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies for a Portrait of Lucian Freud'

Francis Bacon's painting of Lucian Freud revealed

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Jack Vettriano: just the Tom Jones of 21st-century art?

Francis Bacon. Pain, isolation, anger, self-disgust, despair. E. expressive painting very abstract

Francis BaconThree Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion

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art-library: “ Francis Bacon, Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef, “ Bacon was fascinated with Velazquez’s portrait of Pope Innocent X and did a series of grotesque versions, sometimes with the.

Francis Bacon was no easier on himself as a subject, as he was with others. He depicted himself just as he did with his sitters. In this self portrait the artist be suffering from a hangover. He could also be referring to time and death. Is the artist simply suffering from a headache or is his hidden wrist bleeding into the sink?

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

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