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A triptych by Francis Bacon of his longtime companion sold for $80.8million at Christie’s in New York this week. Christie’s said the Bacon had been bought by an Asian buyer whose name was not.

He warned the Guardian: “You better not bloody find it. just to mock me!” • Francis Bacon, Monaco and French Culture is at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco 2 July-4 September. It will then travel to the.

Photograph: Spanish national police/EPA Seven people have been arrested in Spain on suspicion of involvement in the theft of five paintings by Francis Bacon, worth a total of €25m (£19m). The.

“Assume I’ve read everything,” Francis Bacon would warn interviewers. It was a lead, but no one quite penetrated the extent to which literature infused the work of this defiantly non-narrative artist.

A painting by Francis Bacon which has become the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction fetched more than double the value of his second most expensive piece of artwork. Triptych, 1976, was.

Works by Francis Bacon and Andy Warhol are poised to break records this week at New York’s two big auction houses at sales that would boost an already surging market for top-tier works. Christie’s.

Among the international offerings are Cats by Mary Fedden (€10,000-€15,000), Lithographie II 1975 by Joan Miro (€5,000-€7,000), a 1971 lithograph by Francis Bacon entitled Second Version of a Painting.

LONDON — Art lovers who can’t afford a painting by Francis Bacon can bid on the late artist’s paintbrushes at an auction of unusual items. The eight brushes — given by Bacon to fellow artist Clive.

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St. Petersburg museum shares works of the artist with the Sainsbury Center in Norwich. Russia’s famous Hermitage Museum is hosting a major new UK exhibition of art by Francis Bacon and the work of the.

A masterpiece by Francis Bacon has become the most valuable piece of artwork ever sold by auction house Christie’s in Europe after going under the hammer for a record £42.2 million. Famous events and.

A painted screen by Bacon valued at £2.5m which was completed around 1930. Photograph: DCMS/PA The government has placed temporary export bars on four works by Francis Bacon – including one of his.

A painting by Francis Bacon which has become the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction fetched more than double the value of his second most expensive piece of artwork. Triptych, 1976, was.

A self-portrait by Francis Bacon sold for almost €20 million at Sotheby’s in London this week. Two Studies for Self-Portrait, painted in 1977 when the artist was aged 68, made £14.7 million (€19.8.

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Francis Bacon’s "Three Studies of Lucian Freud," a triptych by Bacon of his friend and artist Lucian Freud, sold for $142 million Tuesday in New York. (Christie’s via Associated Press) NEW YORK — A.

Rediscovered self-portraits by Francis Bacon will go under the hammer at Sotheby’s in London on Wednesday evening. A triptych (a painting on three separate panels) titled Three Studies for.

They were some of the most arresting images Francis Bacon created: a series of paintings mainly featuring a male torso and legs, naked except for sports shoes and cricket pads. The model for the.

Spanish police are hunting thieves who stole five paintings by Francis Bacon valued at upwards of €30 million from a home in Madrid. The robbery took place in June 2015, but with the police determined.

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