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  • Oliver Euler

    Francis Bacon #francisbacon #art

  • Carl Gustafson

    3-5 page essay: Name the artist, the work, the date it was done in, the artist's movement, medium, and this painting's interpretation.

  • Kate McMahon

    Francis Bacon. Figure with Meat. 1954. Oil on canvas. Art Institute of Chicago. Frankly, the most extraordinary variation on Rembrandt’s Carcass. This painting contains the entire world: the body and the mind.

  • Kier Eyles

    Figure with Meat (1954) - Francis Bacon. The work is one of a series of 45 variants of Diego Velázquez’s portrait of Pope Innocent X which Bacon executed throughout the 1950s and early 1960s. The painting is in the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. This painting is featured in Tim Burton’s Batman (1989 film) in a scene where the Joker and his henchmen destroy several works of art. The Joker spares Figure with Meat, saying, “I kind of like this one, Bob. Leave it.”

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