Crucifixions: Francis Bacon St Stephen Walbrook

Crucifixion drawings by Francis Bacon from “The Francis Bacon Collection of drawings given to Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino”. Between 1977 and 1992 Francis Bacon donated to an intimate Italian friend a considerable number of drawings, pastels and collages. Today those drawings are part of a collection which has previously been exhibited in Bologna, Dubrovnik, London, Madrid and Trieste among other locations. The image of crucifixion was consistently utilised by Francis Bacon in his art to think about all life’s horror as he could not find a subject as valid to embrace all the nuances of human feelings and behaviours. This exhibition of crucifixion drawings by Bacon provides an opportunity to explore why the image of the crucified Christ retained its power for an avowed atheist such as Bacon and to reflect on the horror of the suffering that Christ endured for humanity.

Concert with Pianist Claudio Crismani  29th March 7:00 pm  Booking Information: Tel: 020 7626 9000

Duration 06 March 2017 - 31 March 2017
Times 10.00am – 4.00pm
Cost Free
Venue St Stephen Walbrook
Address 39 Walbrook London UK EC4N 8BN, ,
Contact 020 7626 9000 / /

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