From the publisher:
"Very little is known about Francis Bacon’s early career, but Inside Francis Bacon, the third instalment in the Bacon estate’s groundbreaking series, provides exciting new insight into and analysis of the elusive artist. Archived material recently added to the Estate of Francis Bacon’s collection – including the diaries of Bacon’s first two patrons and an extensive number of records kept by Bacon’s doctor, Paul Brass – has allowed Francesca Pipe, Sophie Pretorius, and Martin Harrison to delve deeper into the artist’s formative years than ever before and revolutionise existing perceptions of Bacon’s character and psychology.
This fascinating collection of scholarship will interest anyone looking to learn more about Francis Bacon, contemporary art, or the artistic imagination."
26 x 20.4 cm | 192 pages | softcover