Francis Bacon. The violence of a rose
Francis Bacon's story is as controversial as it is fascinating. Born in Ireland in 1909, he spent most of his life travelling between London, Paris, Tangier and other cities throughout Europe and the world. Bacon is, with a few others, the protagonist of a particularly flourishing period in post-war English painting and art, of which he is a unique and irreplaceable performer.
This graphic novel celebrates his life and work, the legacy of an artist who was always in desperate search of love and desperate search for attention for his painting, which was for him the only acceptable form of reality.
- Dimensions :
- 18,7 x 26,4 x 1,8 cm
- Museum :
- Musée national d'Art moderne - Centre Pompidou
- EAN :
- Size of the book :
- Paperback with flap
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