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  • Francis Bacon - three studies for figures at the base of a crucifixion (b)
  • Francis Bacon - three studies for figures at the base of a crucifixion (a)
  • Francis Bacon - three studies for figures at the base of a crucifixion (c)
  • Francis Bacon - Figuras en movimiento 1
  • Francis Bacon - Study of the Human Body
  • Francis Bacon - Figura tumbada
  • Francis Bacon - double portrait of lucaian freud and frank auerbach, 1964 b
  • Francis Bacon - three studies of henrietta moraes ii, 1969 a
  • Francis Bacon - three studies of henrietta moraes ii, 1969 c
  • Francis Bacon - Oedipus and the Sphinx After Ingres
  • Francis Bacon - landscape after van gogh, 1952
  • Francis Bacon - Henrietta Moraes 1
  • Francis Bacon - portrait of henrietta moraes, 1963
  • Francis Bacon - lying figure, 1966
  • Francis Bacon - Self-Portrait 5
  • Francis Bacon - study for portrait of henrietta moraes on a red ground, 1964
  • Francis Bacon - three figures and a portrait, 1975 x
  • Francis Bacon - three figures and a portrait, 1975
  • Francis Bacon - study of george dyer, 1971 x
  • Francis Bacon - figures in a street, 1983
  • Francis Bacon - crucifixion, 1965 left
  • Francis Bacon - crucifixion, 1965 left
  • Francis Bacon - studies from the human body, 1970 b
  • Francis Bacon - second version of 'painting, 1946', 1971
  • Francis Bacon - second version of -painting 1946- 1971
  • Francis Bacon - Oedipus and the Sphinx
  • Francis Bacon - Study for Human Body
  • Francis Bacon - portrait of george dyer talking, 1966
 
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 Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon is a contemporary painter who was born in Ireland in the early 20th century but gre up in Britain. Most of his paintings feature figures abstracted and isolated. It wasn’t until he was middle aged that Bacon’s painting career really took off. Despite being an existentialist, something that he often showed through his paintings, Bacon had a large group of friends and often went out and socialized, only becoming more introspective and spending time alone later in life after the suicide of his lover.
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