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by John Russell
Author: John Russell
Publisher: Oxford University Press; Revised edition (July 1979)
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Series: World of Art. Paperback: 208 pages.
Series: World of Art. And yet, there are those who would protect Bacon's reputation, and try to hold much of the darker side of his personality at bay, as though it would diminish the quality and integrity of his work.
Based on conversations with the artist, John Russell’s original study reveals much about Bacon the man and Bacon the artist in a way that has never been surpassed.
Based on conversations with the artist, John Russell’s original study. Based on conversations with the artist, John Russell’s original study reveals much about Bacon the man and Bacon the artist in a way that has never been surpassed. 175 illustrations, 37 in colour including 30 triptychs. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 192 pages.
Head II is an oil and tempera on hardboard painting by the Irish-born British figurative artist Francis Bacon. Completed in 1948, it is the second in a series of six heads, painted from the winter of 1948 in preparation for a November 1949 exhibition at the Hanover Gallery, London.
Francis Bacon (World of Art) John Russell. From the World of Art series of small paperbacks, this book provides a good introduction to Bacon and his work. Limited graphics, but the text, from respected New York Times art critic John Russell, is what counts here. Francis Bacon : Anatomy of an Enigma Michael Peppiatt. Much more than a biography, because this was written by a friend of Bacon's for thirty years, Michael Peppiatt. Peppiatt, a professional art critic, offers first hand interpretations of some of Bacon's most obscure and celebrated works.
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Part of the World of Art Series). Based on conversations with Bacon that extended over several years, John Russell's original study revealed much about the man and the artist
Part of the World of Art Series). Based on conversations with Bacon that extended over several years, John Russell's original study revealed much about the man and the artist. On Bacon's death in 1992, the unique vision and accomplishment of one of the greatest artists of the century could be appreciated in their totality. In a new final chapter, Russell does just that, as well as discussing Bacon's late work, Bacon's intentions and his achievements, both frequently misunderstood
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Francis Bacon's work, from Sunday Times art critic John Russell Perfect reading and reference material for Francis Bacon lovers around the world.
Based upon conversations held between Russell and Bacon, covering a wide array of subjects including, his background, upbringing, early life, taste in art and literature and his future ambitions. This book stands head and shoulders above most other Bacon monographs, partly due to the scale and quality of the colour reproductions that frequently dominate the page throughout. Perfect reading and reference material for Francis Bacon lovers around the world.
John Russell, Francis Bacon, London, Paris and Berlin 1971, 2nd e.
John Russell, Francis Bacon, London, Paris and Berlin 1971, 2nd ed. London and New York 1979, 3rd e. Bacon said that he saw images "in series", and his work, which numbers c. 590 extant paintings along with many others he destroyed, typically focuses on a single subject for sustained periods, often in triptych or diptych formats. His output can be broadly described as sequences or variations on single motifs; including the 1930s Picasso-influenced bio-morphs and Furies, the 1940s male heads isolated in rooms or geometric structures, the 1950s screaming popes, the mid-to-late 1950s animals and lone figures, the early 1960s crucifixions, the mid-to-late 1960s portraits of friends
Art Styles in 20th century Art Map. Francis Bacon. Bacon's art often appears deliberately disturbing. His subject was the human form.
Art Styles in 20th century Art Map. Bacon reinterpreted the physical construction of the body with a new and unsettling intensity. The many exhibitions throughout the world devoted to Bacon's work consolidated his reputation, especially the retrospectives at the Tate Gallery, London, in 1962 (a second exhibition would be held there in 1985), and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, in 1963. Francis Bacon was one of the most powerful figurative painters of this century.