Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Artist(s): Francis Bacon
Author(s): John Rothenstein and Ronald Alley
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1964
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 292
Illustrations: 287 (including 27 tipped-in colour plates).

Artist(s) Biographies:


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The first Catalogue raisonné of Francis Bacon’s work.  Essay by John Rothenstein.  Includes a chronology of the artist’s life, a list of one-man exhibitions, a bibliography, and three appendices covering topics such as Bacon’s abandoned pic­tures, his destroyed pictures, and one discussing the problems of dating his work. No Jacket.  Original green cloth boards a little scuffed and edge-worn.  Edges a little worn.  Previous owner’s hand-written signature and inscription to front end-paper (in blue ink).  Spine a little shaken but binding remains strong and tight.  Some light handling marks to prelims.  Hand-written asterisks in purple ink to the margins a few entries, otherwise a very good copy of this scarce and pioneering work.


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