Horror-film imagery makes an arresting portrait | Francis Bacon | UNIQLO ARTSPEAKS

Jason Persse, editorial manager on the Creative Team, talks about Francis Bacon’s 1946 “Painting,” from its horror-film imagery to its arresting portrait of the politics and atrocities of war.

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