Francis Bacon (artist) Quote

An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon sensation and then slowly leaks back into the fact.


Francis Bacon (ed. Pantheon, 1975)

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An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon...

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An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon...

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An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon...

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An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon...