(PDF/ELivre) [Interviews with Francis Bacon: The Brutality of Fact] Par David Sylvester

Ight on aspects of his life With a rare and brilliant use of language Bacon talks about his "aims #as a painter and ways in which he works responding always #a painter and ways in which he works responding always a painter and ways in which he works responding always vivacity And Candour To Sylvester candour to Sylvester searching uestions Bacon s obsessive ffort to record and re create the human form his practice of makin. The xtraordinarily revealing interviews with BACON CONDUCTED OVER A OF conducted over a period of by the distinguished art critic David Sylvester amount to conducted over a period of years by the distinguished art critic David Sylvester amount to uniue statement by Bacon on his art and on art in general In the book a classic of its kind Bacon considers the problems of realism and sheds new G variation on old masters painting

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on photographs dependence on Chance And His Views and his views "The Way In Which His Work Has Been Interpreted Are " way in which his work has been interpreted are some of the many subjects discussed and investigated in depth during these historic ncountersTable of ContentsPreface interviews Editorial note.

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Interviews with Francis Bacon: The Brutality of Fact

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