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After Second Version Of The Triptych 1944 (right panel) - Signed Print by Francis Bacon 1988 - MyArtBroker

After Second Version Of The Triptych 1944 (right panel)
Signed Print

Francis Bacon


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Lithograph, 1988
Signed Print Edition of 60
H 62cm x W 46cm

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Meaning & Analysis

This signed right panel is part of an edition size of 60. It depicts a harrowing anthropomorphic creature writhing as it rests on a wooden table placed right of centre and extending seemingly beyond the canvas. The mouth of the creature gapes wide open to reveal human-like teeth and a tongue seemingly screeching towards the centre of the triptych. The long neck extends out from a body made up on thin flesh across a jagged rib cage. This creature, unlike the left panel has a more recognisable form which creates a certain familiar unfamiliarity as human features of teeth, bones and ears are more apparent to the viewer.

The figure sinks into a deep red void accompanied by dark patches of paint that diffuse upwards from the bottom of the picture plane. As in all three panels a light horizontal line running across the lithograph suggests that these creatures are in a room.

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