The weekly Francis Bacon homage

Three Studies for a Crucifixion - 2

Source: WebMuseum

Tate Britain’s Interactive Exhibition
Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin.

All my postings on Francis Bacon

2 responses

  1. to say your blog is called “digital rights manifesto” I find it pretty shocking you don’t have any credit for the things you’ve posted. Atlest not on the pieces by Bacon. It’d be so much more helpful to like.. the rest of the world! If you could accompany a piece with a title and date.

  2. Not quite sure where to begin with this one.

    Look at the bottom of every picture.

    It will say “Source:” and be followed by a link.

    Every subject was chosen because it could be sourced, and attributed, properly.

    Which as you say, is kinda the point – but one you’ve missed completely.

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