Francis Bacon

Signed lithograph with unique provenance 

Triptych August 1972 Left Panel

Published in 1979 by Galerie Lelong, Paris on Arches wove paper.

The work is boldly signed in pencil by the artist and numbered H.C (hors commerce) from an edition of 180 (plus hors commerce and artist's proofs).

This print belonged to Francis Bacon who gave it personally to an employee of the Marlborough Gallery and then to us.

The lithograph is the left panel of a triptych painted in memory of Bacon's lover George Dyer who committed suicide on the eve of the artist's retrospective at Paris's Grand Palais.

Measuring 89.5 x 62.5 and framed to museum standards.

Ref: Tacou 24


A rare and very sought after colour lithograph created to promote an exhibition at Musee Cantini, Marseille. The work was published by Imprinerie Municipale, Marseille in 1976 and has been hand-signed in purple marker pen as was common for the artist.

The poster measures 65 x 47 cm, features the image ‘Homage to George Dyer’ and is from the collection of American artist Patrick Eddington.

The work has been mounted and framed to museum standards


A rare original lithographic poster for an exhibition of his recent work at the Galerie Claude Bernard in 1977.

The poster which features the image 'Figure writing reflected in mirror' was produced by Imprimerie Moderne du Lion Paris and measures 71 x 52 cm.

Mounted and framed to museum standards.

£Sold 20/04