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  1. BBC - Archive - Francis Bacon at the BBC - Francis Bacon | Interview

    …Interview David Sylvester speaks to Francis Bacon about his work. CHANNEL… work as 'one…

    …book, 'Interviews with Francis Bacon', in 1975 and came sixth in 'The Guardian' newspaper's 'Great Interviews of the…

    …on until I drop'; Francis Bacon's last interview. BROADCAST 1999 14 MINUTES Why was a Velazquez portrait such an enduring source of inspiration for Francis Bacon? © 2012 …

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  2. BBC - Archive - Francis Bacon at the BBC - The artist discusses his paintings and influences

    …Centurions Francis Bacon: Innocent Scream New Release Pilot - Francis Bacon Arts

    …Pilot - Francis Bacon Arts Commentary The Death of Actaeon Kaleidoscope Francis Bacon Francis Bacon at the BBC…

    …Pilot - Francis Bacon Arts Commentary The Death of Actaeon Kaleidoscope Francis Bacon Francis Bacon at the BBC Collection BROADCAST 1963 29 MINUTES David Sylvester speaks to Francis Bacon about his…

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  3. Can spending millions on art ever be a good investment?

    …for Three Studies of Lucian Freud (1969), by Francis Bacon, is money well spent. While…

    art critics have said that the price paid for Three Studies of Lucian Freud (1969), by Francis Bacon, is…

    …Studies of Lucian Freud (1969), by Francis Bacon, is money well spent. While the anonymous new owner decides how to insure and where to hang the triptych, stretched householders may wonder how a…

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  4. BBC - Press Office - The Great Contemporary Art Bubble on BBC Four

    art prices rose by an average of 800%, while works by Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and Mark…

    …by Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko sold for record-breaking prices of £30million plus. Art critic and film…

    …rose by an average of 800%, while works by Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko sold for record-breaking prices of £30million plus. Art critic and film-maker Ben Lewis spent 2008 following the…

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  5. BBC - Archive - Francis Bacon at the BBC - New Release | Pilot - Francis Bacon

    …excerpt, Julian Jebb interviews Francis Bacon about his contemporaries in the art world…

    …Pilot - Francis Bacon A lost interview with Francis Bacon from a pilot that was never broadcast. CHANNEL… Pilot - Francis

    …Jebb interviews Francis Bacon about his contemporaries in the art world, his working practices and his personal philosophies, such as his belief that true abstract painting is nothing more than…

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  6. Tate acquires Bacon art archive

    …Tuesday, 20 January, 2004, 15:18 GMT Tate acquires Bacon art archive As well as paintings…

    …Tuesday, 20 January, 2004, 15:18 GMT Tate acquires Bacon art archive As well as paintings there are photographs and…

    …Tuesday, 20 January, 2004, 15:18 GMT Tate acquires Bacon art archive As well as paintings there are photographs and documents (Credit: Tate) The Tate Britain gallery has received a collection of 1,200…

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  7. Royal portrait: Your views

    …grand master Francis Bacon because Freud is still trapped in a 19th century mode of…

    …Boy school of painting. Freud clearly has not learnt from his grand master Francis Bacon because Freud is still trapped…

    Francis Bacon because Freud is still trapped in a 19th century mode of realist illustration which remains on the level of painting-by-numbers. Who says Freud is Britain's greatest living painter? Alex…

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  8. Bacon studio re-created in Dublin

    Francis Bacon's London studio has been transplanted and reassembled - every paintbrush and…

    Francis Bacon's London studio has been transplanted and reassembled - every paintbrush and speck of dust, along with the…

    Francis Bacon's London studio has been transplanted and reassembled - every paintbrush and speck of dust, along with the walls and floorboards - in Ireland… Francis Bacon said he did not like to work in…

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  9. Gallery visitors turn art experts

    …solo displays devoted to the art of Francis Bacon and Patrick Caulfield, among others…

    … devoted to the art of Francis Bacon and Patrick Caulfield, among others. New themed rooms include …

    …. Along with the permanent major displays given to John Constable and JMW Turner there are solo displays devoted to the art of Francis Bacon and Patrick Caulfield, among others. …

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  10. Huge bids smash modern art record

    Francis Bacon's portrait Study from Innocent X fetched $52.6m (£26.5m) at Sotheby's in New…

    Francis Bacon's portrait Study from Innocent X fetched $52.6m (£26.5m) at Sotheby's in New York - almost double the…

    Francis Bacon's portrait Study from Innocent X fetched $52.6m (£26.5m) at Sotheby's in New York - almost double the previous high for a Bacon work… Francis Bacon created Study from Innocent X in 1960…

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  2. How has the internet changed art?

    …last century: "Francis Bacon took images from newspapers and medical textbooks. Now…

    …significant a technology as the camera was for the last century: "Francis Bacon took images from newspapers and medical…

    …Muir explains, are finding inspiration online, making Google as significant a technology as the camera was for the last century: "Francis Bacon took images from newspapers and medical textbooks. Now…

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  3. As it has revolutionised how we live, the effects of the internet are also being felt in the art world

    …last century: "Francis Bacon took images from newspapers and medical textbooks. Now…

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    …camera was for the last century: "Francis Bacon took images from newspapers and medical textbooks. Now artists like Parker Ito trawls the internet for imagery. That’s an immediate difference." Beloufa…

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