Graham Sutherland. Landscapes, War Scenes, Portraits 1924-1950; Bacon and Sutherland; Francis Bacon’s Studio
Bacon and Sutherland, published by Martin Hammer in 2005, began a very important part of the process of comparing and contrasting those two artists away from the grip of Bacon’s journalist proselytiser, the late David Sylvester. The same year, Hammer had brought out Graham Sutherland. Landscapes, War Scenes, Portraits 1924-1950, and Margarita Cappock introduced us to the reconstituted studio of Francis Bacon, at the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin. Reviews of all three, originally published in the British Art Journal, 2005. To read the full review, CLICK HERE.