Homage to Francis Bacon (Study for Head of Isabel Rawsthorne and George Dyer)

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  • Date of creation: 2016
  • Medium: Two offset lithographs with cold foil stamp on paper
  • Edition: 300
  • Size: 50 x 100 cm (50 x 50 cm each)
  • Condition: In mint conditions, brand new and never framed
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Diptych of two offset lithographs with cold stamp on paper hand signed by Takashi Murakami with silver pen and numbered of a limited edition of 300. Published by Kaikai Kiki Co., Japan

As it happened with the 727 series, Murakami's "Homage to Francis Bacon series" has become one of the most interesting works of his career. The first time that Murakami's "Study of George Dyer & Study of Isabel Rawsthorne" were released was back in 2004 and there has been three other releases of this work since then.

In 2016, Takashi Murakami created these Bacon creations, more adhered to the portraits created by Bacon in 1967. The mouths in the Murakami creations represent the gaps in the heads of Francis Bacon’s originals.

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