'Triptych (right section)' by Francis Bacon (1974) #contemporary #art  http://www.criticarte.com/Page/ensayos/text/FrancisBacon.html  Francis Bacon.  De la metamorfosis a la disgregación    Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca

'Triptych (right section)' by Francis Bacon (1974) #contemporary #art http://www.criticarte.com/Page/ensayos/text/FrancisBacon.html Francis Bacon. De la metamorfosis a la disgregación Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca

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Francis Bacon was no easier on himself as a subject, as he was with others. He depicted himself just as he did with his sitters. In this self portrait the artist be suffering from a hangover. He could also be referring to time and death. Is the artist simply suffering from a headache or is his hidden wrist bleeding into the sink?

Francis Bacon was no easier on himself as a subject, as he was with others. He depicted himself just as he did with his sitters. In this self portrait the artist be suffering from a hangover. He could also be referring to time and death. Is the artist simply suffering from a headache or is his hidden wrist bleeding into the sink?

I wish I had learned this sooner (and wish I followed it now!).  Def teaching my girls this!

I wish I had learned this sooner (and wish I followed it now!). Def teaching my girls this!

Portrait of George Dyer and Lucian Freud, oil painting,1967 | Francis Bacon

Portrait of George Dyer and Lucian Freud, oil painting,1967 | Francis Bacon

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