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Francis Bacon

English painter. One of the most individual, powerful and disturbing artists of the period following World War II, he took the human figure as his subject at a time when art was dominated by abstract styles, and he was also one of the first to depict overtly homosexual themes. Though largely self-taught, he was widely read and of great independence of mind. His subject-matter and procedures of painting are too personal to be imitated with any real success by other artists, but in Britain and further afield he remains a towering example to those dedicated to the depiction of the human figure.

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Ecrire doit etre un acte dépouillé de toute volonté. Le mot, semblable au courant des grands fonds, doit remonter a la surface, de sa propre impulsion. L’enfant n’a pas besoin d’écrire; il est innocent. Si l’homme écrit, c’est pour vomir le poison qu’il a accumulé en lui du fait de l’erreur fonciere qu’il commet dans sa maniere de vivre. Il cherche reconquérir son innocence. Ses écrits n’ont d’autre effet que d’inoculer au monde le virus de ses désillusions.
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