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Study after Velázquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953, Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon Study after Velazquez Portrait of Pope Innocent Ten 1953

Francis Bacon, Study after Velasquez, 1950

FRANCIS BACON Study after Velázquez, 1950 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 198 x cm Collection Private Collection jpg

Francis Bacon’s triptych of his great friend Lucian Freud had been kept in private for 45 years.

Francis Bacon's painting of Lucian Freud revealed

Francis Bacon, Study for Pope, 1955.

The official website of The Estate of Francis Bacon, providing news and information on the British figurative artist Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon (Irish-British: 1909 –1992) was an Irish-born British figurative painter known for his bold, graphic and emotionally raw imagery.

The official website of The Estate of Francis Bacon, providing news and information on the British figurative artist Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon, self portrait. (1909 – 1992) was an Irish-born British figurative painter known for his bold, graphic and emotionally raw imagery.

PORTRAIT Francis Bacon, self portrait 1909 – an Irish-born British figurative painter known for his bold, graphic and emotionally raw imagery.

Francis Bacon, Frammento di una crocifissione, 1950

Francis Bacon - Fragment for a Crucifixion, 1950 - Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.

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

(♥) Francis Bacon, 1967 -by Jorge (J.S.) Lewinski. It is said that, until 1949, Bacon refused to allow his photograph to be taken. However, after relenting for photographers including Cecil Beaton, Bill Brandt and his friend John Deakin, it seems Bacon came to enjoy theprocess.

Francis Bacon, 1967 -by Jorge (J.) Lewinski “ about this portrait It is said that, until Bacon refused to allow his photograph to be taken. However, after relenting for photographers including.

Francis Bacon, Two Figures At A Window, 1953

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.