Francis bacon triptych

Powerfully rendered: Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies for a Portrait of Lucian Freud' (est £7m-£9m)

Francis Bacon's painting of Lucian Freud revealed

Francis Bacon - Triptych - August 1972, 1989, Lithograph

Past show featuring works by Richard Estes, Ellsworth Kelly, Francis Bacon and R. Kitaj at Marlborough Gallery New York, 40 West Street Oct – Nov 2016

Francis Bacon. Pain, isolation, anger, self-disgust, despair. E.

Francis BaconThree Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion

Three studies for a crucifixion (right panel) 1962 Francis Bacon

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Three studies for a crucifixion (center panel) 1962 Francis Bacon

Artwork page for ‘Triptych August 1972’, Francis Bacon, 1972 This work is generally considered one in a series of Black Triptychs which followed the suicide of Bacon’s lover, George Dyer. Dyer appears on the left and Bacon is on the right. The central group is derived from a photograph of wrestlers by Edward Muybridge, but also suggests a more sexual encounter. The seated figures and their coupling are set against black voids and the central flurry has been seen as ‘a life-and death…

Artwork page for ‘Triptych August 1972’, Francis Bacon, 1972 This work is generally considered one in a series of Black Triptychs which followed the suicide of Bacon’s lover, George Dyer. Dyer appears on the left and Bacon is on the right. The central group is derived from a photograph of wrestlers by Edward Muybridge, but also suggests a more sexual encounter. The seated figures and their coupling are set against black voids and the central flurry has been seen as ‘a life-and death…

Francis Bacon Triptych

Francis Bacon Triptych

Francis Bacon Triptych 1974-1977

Francis Bacon Triptych 1974-1977

Francis Bacon triptych smashes art auction record - Telegraph

Francis Bacon triptych smashes art auction record

The 'Three Studies of Lucian Freud', by Francis Bacon, at Christie's, in central London. The Francis Bacon painting of his friend and fellow artist Lucian Freud has become the most valuable work of art ever sold at auction - fetching almost million

Francis Bacon. 'Second Version of Triptych 1944' 1988

Francis Bacon. 'Second Version of Triptych 1944' 1988

FRANCIS BACON    Second Version of Triptych 1944    1988    Oil paint and acrylic paint on 3 canvases    Support, each: 1980 x 1475 mm    frame (each): 2178 x 1668 x 100 mm    Tate    Presented by the artist 1991

FRANCIS BACON Second Version of Triptych 1944 1988 Oil paint and acrylic paint on 3 canvases Support, each: 1980 x 1475 mm frame (each): 2178 x 1668 x 100 mm Tate Presented by the artist 1991

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