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Study For Bullfight (right panel) - Signed Print by Francis Bacon 1990 - MyArtBroker

Study For Bullfight (right panel)
Signed Print

Francis Bacon

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Lithograph, 1990
Signed Print Edition of 150

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Meaning & Analysis

A murky sandy ring contains the action within the scene. A thin pink band hugs the upper half of the enclosure, and an adjacent segment extending upwards on the right side of the ring provides a glimpse of the roaring audience. The chaos emitted from this section reflects the animosity of humans- a theme which Bacon explored in much of his work - as they look upon the ‘dance’ between life and death of the beast and the man.

This lithograph is part of an edition size of 150 from Miroir De La Tauromachie. In it the action extends beyond the ring as a trail of the bull’s movements is trailed outside the ring and into the sand. Black dashes swirl around the bull and matador suggesting the circular movements of the figures. An atmosphere of chaos and commotion is emitted as a black tail is seen to swish and hoofs can almost be heard clattering around in this grandiose spectacle of danger.

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