Francis Bacon at the BBC | The artist discusses his paintings and influences
The BBC Archive celebrates the life and work of Francis Bacon, one of the 20th Century's greatest artists. This collection is inspired by the retrospective of Bacon's work at Tate Britain.
This collection charts Francis Bacon's life and career, from the early 1960s until shortly before his death in 1992. The artist discusses his influences, his best-known paintings and his opinions of other artists, while art experts and historians explain the background to his vision.
David Sylvester speaks to Francis Bacon about his work.
A lost interview with Francis Bacon from a pilot that was never broadcast.
A study of reactions to the provocative work of Francis Bacon.
'I'll go on until I drop'; Francis Bacon's last interview.
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