Francis Bacon “Lying Figure,” 1966 lithograph.
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Francis Bacon “Lying Figure,” 1966 lithograph. After the 1966 painting by Francis Bacon.
“Lying Figure” is a lithograph on high quality offset press lithograph paper, 45 x 75 cm. Unsigned edition produced for the 1966 Francis Bacon exhibition at the Maeght Gallery, Paris.
In excellent condition.
Francis Bacon on Wikipedia:
Bacon (28 October 1909 – 28 April 1992) was an Irish-born
figurative painter known for his raw, unsettling imagery. Focusing on
the human form, his subjects included crucifixions
self-portraits, and portraits of close friends, with abstracted
figures sometimes isolated in geometrical structures.
Rejecting various classifications of his work, Bacon claimed that he
strove to render "the brutality of fact."
He built up a reputation as one of the giants of contemporary art
with his unique style.
"Since his death, Bacon's reputation has grown steadily, and his work is among the most acclaimed, expensive and sought-after on the art market. In the late 1990s a number of major works, previously assumed destroyed,  including early 1950s popes and 1960s portraits, re-emerged to set record prices at auction."