viernes, 20 de febrero de 2015

BACON LITHOGRAPHS EXHIBITED IN LONDON



Francis Bacon, Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne, 1966. Oil on canvas. © The Estate of Francis Bacon. DACS London 2015. All rights reserved.
Francis Bacon, Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne, 1966. Oil on canvas. © The Estate of Francis Bacon. DACS London 2015. All rights reserved. A lithograph of this piece is currently on display at the Graham Hunter Galley, London.
London’s Graham Hunter Gallery is currently exhibiting and selling lithographs by Francis Bacon and Pablo Picasso, in the exhibition; Abstactors of the Human Form, on until 28 February.
‘What was it about the middle of the 20th century that inspired two very different artists to employ the concept of the abstract, to the capturing of the human form?’ - The Graham Hunter Gallery
The Graham Hunter Gallery presents a finely printed collection of lithographs by Francis Bacon and Pablo Picasso, examining their attitude and approach to the representation of the body.
The collection of Francis Bacon lithographs on display includes colour prints of Bacon’s work including; Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne, 1966, Three Studies for a Portrait of Lucian Freud, 1966, and Portrait of Henrietta Moraes 1966.
The exhibition is free to view to the public, with the exhibited lithographs available for purchase. For more information, please visit the exhibition site.
Abstactors of the Human Form
1 February – 28 February 2015
Graham Hunter Gallery
London, W1U 6RQ

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