Object Description

margins, signed by the artist in pencil
Edition: From the signed and numbered edition of 180
There were also some HC copies made
Published by: Galerie Lelong, Paris, France
Size: Image: 620 x 461 mm; Paper: 886 x 605 mm.
Edition: From the signed and numbered edition of 180

Object History

Note: The prototype for this was a Diptych in Oil, pastel and dry transfer lettering, on canvas made in 1982. The work is now in Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Since his death Bacon’s reputation and market value have grown steadily, and his work is among the most acclaimed, expensive and sought-after.

Object Literature

Francis Bacon: Estampes – collection Alexandre Tacou Number 18
Bruno Sabatier, Francis Bacon: The Graphic Work, no. 19.

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