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The Art Institute Of Chicago: Francis Bacon English, born Ireland, Figure with Meat, 1954

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- 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.

Francis Bacon - Study after Velazquez’s portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953 oil on canvas 60 × 46 ½ in / 153 × 118 cm

in memory of george dyer - francis bacon

Francis Bacon - Tryptic (one panel). To me, Bacon reinvented the grammar of the figurative language, and freed it from its limitations.

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

Francis BaconThree Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion

Francis Bacon

three studies for a crucifixion 1962 Francis Bacon Paintings, Art, Painting, Art Pictures

Francis Bacon Study for Self Portrait, 1982 (1984)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Francis Bacon: Study for Self Portrait, 1982 (1984