Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon Based On Conversations With The Artist Which Extended Over Several Years, John Russell S Study Reveals Much About Bacon The Man And Bacon The Artist In A Way That Has Not Been Attempted Before Bacon S Intentions And His Achievements, Both Frequently Misunderstood In The Past, Are Here Corrected And Set In Perspective 172 Illus., 44 In Color. Bacon works in such intensity without a safety net,he said accidents have to be in your favour this says it allHe degrades the human figure to the point of absolute beauty He puts Rembrant to shame. This is how a biography should be written The writer is incredible He moved the book from a biography into a simple beautiful story Yet I have to admit that the style of writing is very odd for a normal reader, yet interesting nonetheless However for the casual studier of Francis Bacon who simply needs to know the facts, the book proves to be very poetic when it, frankly, doesn t need to be However, very interesting And if you are remotely interested in this icon of contempor
Insightful look at the philosophy behind Francis Bacon s work This complemented the film Love is the Devil , in filling in a few gaps Russell s book is strangely coy about much of Bacon s private life, but is a g
idea for art texts make them interactive on computer tablets etc so that the reader has immediate recourse to seeing the work referred to, by the artists, by the influences, rather than sometimes separated by many pages or lost in memory and larger, easily expande
An authoritative work on the work of Francis Bacon, with lots of information about his biography and themes in his work Much of the commentary is based on interviews the author had with the painter While there are reproductions of many of Bacon s

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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Francis Bacon
  • John Russell
  • English
  • 16 April 2018
  • 0500202710