Study for Head of Lucian Freud, 1967 (Q3)
Signed and numbered on verso
14 × 12 inches (35.5 × 30.5 cm.)
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One of Francis Bacon’s most interesting and famous works, this painting features friend, rival, and fellow artist Lucian Freud who Bacon had known since the late 1940’s. Both men made a series of paintings of one another, and art experts believe that the bold, quick brushstrokes of Freud’s profile conveys a sense of intensity between the two men.