Bacon concentrated his energies on portraiture, often depicting habitues of the bars and clubs of London's Soho neighborhood. His subjects were always portrayed as violently distorted, almost slabs of raw meat, that are isolated souls imprisoned and tormented by existential dilemmas. One of the most successful British painters of the 20th century, Bacon's reputation was elevated further during the "art world's" widespread return to painting in the 1980s, and after his death he became regarded by some as one of the world's most important painters.This Triptych is. A triptych, each part is signed by Francis Bacon and numbered /60 on recto. Published by Michel Archimbaud for Librairie Séguier for IRCAM, Centre Pompidou, Paris. Executed in 1989. Lithograph in colours on Arches wove paper. Each print is sold indvidually framed.
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