Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing microsite.

 

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating

supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

SPECIFICATION

 

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

 

 

 

 

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing microsite.

 

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

SPECIFICATION

 

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating  supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing microsite.

 

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

SPECIFICATION

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

 

Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing microsite.

 

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

SPECIFICATION

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon

Publishing microsite.

 

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

SPECIFICATION

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

Welcome to The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing microsite.

 

The Estate of Francis Bacon most notably published the artist's complete oeuvre in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, on 30 June 2016. Before this, we had published research into Bacon's working material, held in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses, in 2011.

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Sold & distributed by HENI Publishing.

 

 

Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes many previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, FSA, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal visual document eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist and will have a profound effect on the perception of his work.

 

Containing over 900 illustrations across 1,538 pages within five cloth-bound hardcover volumes, the three volumes that make up the study of Bacon’s entire painting oeuvre are bookended by two further volumes: the former including an introduction and a chronology, and the latter a catalogue of Bacon’s sketches, an index, and a bibliography compiled by Krzysztof Cieszkowski. Printed on 170 gsm GardaMatt Ultra stock in Bergamo, Italy at Castelli Bolis, Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné are boxed within a cloth-bound slipcase, and supplied within a bespoke protective shipping carton.

 

In addition to the 584 paintings, the catalogue contains illuminating supporting material. This includes sketches by Bacon, photographs of early states of paintings, images of Bacon’s furniture, hand-written notes by the artist, photographs of Bacon, his family and circle, and fascinating x-ray and microscope photography of his paintings.

SPECIFICATION

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

Francis Bacon: Metamorphoses

By Katharina Günther

Published by The Estate of Francis Bacon.

 

Katharina Günther was sponsored by The Estate of Francis Bacon to undertake a twelve-month research project, working with Bacon’s original material in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This book published some of the most exciting and informative findings of her research.

SPECIFICATION

 

2011

ISBN:978-0-9569273-0-9

24.5 x 17.5 cm

Paperback. 48pp.

 

Our next publications will be a series of 'Francis Bacon Studies', focusing on aspects of Bacon's work in greater detail than is possible within a catalogue raisonné. The founding title, in this series edited by Martin Harrison, will be a hardback book entitled Bacon and the Mind. It will examine the artist's work from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology and art history. Publication dates and other information on 'Francis Bacon Studies' will be announced here as the series progresses.

For further information on the Francis Bacon's work and life, including regular news, please visit our website francis-bacon.com, join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or sign up to our free email newsletter.

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon

SPECIFICATION

 

June 2016

ISBN: 978-0-9569273-1-6

310 x 245 mm|12.2 x 9.6 in

HB SLIP 5 VOL | 1,538 pp

800 colour

© 2017 The Estate of Francis Bacon