Francis Bacon

Figure writing reflected in a mirror, 1977

Color lithograph, a printers proof coming from the Mourlot Estate (with the Mourlot stamp and numbering verso).

Unsigned and unnumbered.

A beautiful scarce printers proof on Arches paper with cross marked in the margins to set the lithograph straight and markings to set the colors. With deep and vivid colors.

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (COA) from Mourlot.

40 x 28 1/2 inches (102.0 x 72.5 cm.)

Very Good
With COA and stamp Of Mourlot Estate
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More information about this artwork

This lithograph features the figure of a man sitting at a desk writing against a wall, with a mirror reflecting the backside of his body nearby. The figure appears to be nude, and the line between the actual figure and the reflection is combined, making it unclear where one ends and the other begins. This is a classic example of Francis Bacon’s tendency to abstract the figures he portrays in his works.

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