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Etude Du Corps Humain D'après Ingres, 1984

Print

Lithograph

34.65 x 23.82 x 0.08 in

88.0 x 60.5 x 0.2 cm

Edition of 180

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About The Work

This contemporary lithograph was realized by Francis Bacon as a free interpretation inspired by the artist Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. The 19th-century painter and draftsman was famous for the clarity of his lines and the meticulous depictions of surfaces often shown in all their imperfections. He was an important influence for Bacon, especially for the emphasis on studies as an integral part of the process of painting. In this artwork the curvaceous torso pays homage to Ingres’ delicate treatment of the human figure, as well as his depth use of studies in the process of painting.

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