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FRANCIS BACON: PARIS, MONACO AND THE COTE D'AZUR

FRANCIS BACON: PARIS, MONACO AND THE COTE D'AZUR
Publication Date: 
May 15, 2017
Format: 
Hardcover
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Trim Size: 
10.5in. x 8.9in. x 1.2in.
ISBN: 
9780956873880
About This Item: 
The first in-depth publication to uncover the long relationship Francis Bacon enjoyed with France, Monaco and French culture Martin Harrison, the foremost expert on Bacon, brings a new light to a somewhat unexpected side of the artist's life and work It was in Paris in 1927, at an exhibition dedicated to Picasso, that Francis Bacon grasped his vocation as a painter In 1946, he moved to Monaco on the French Riviera where he lived for four years, his time in the Principality marking a turning point in his art, with his "popes" series, he became a painter of the human figure In Paris he befriended artists and intellectuals, such as Giacometti and Leiris, whilst the city would become the setting for the crystalisation of his reputation in 1971 with the retrospective at the Grand Palais In 1975, Bacon would take a studio in the Marais district This bilingual publication--co-published by Albin Michel and The Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation--tells of Bacon's deep ties with France and Monaco, and has been overseen by Martin Harrison, author of Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné
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