FRANCIS BACON (1909-1992) Francis Bacon has a distinctive style as a figure painter. In his mature style, developed in the 1950s, the paintings include images of either friends or lovers, or images of people found in movie stills, reproductions of historic paintings and medical photos. His people scream in physical and psychic pain, seemingly tortured in bedrooms, bathrooms and cages. His work was always expressionist in style with distorted human and animal forms, potent images of corrupt and disgusting humanity. Bacon's dramatic riveting work has international recognition and acclaim.

Original Edition Offset Lithograph on premium paper, 1987. Paper Size: 26.25" x 19.75." Published by Galerie Lelong. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted.

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