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Definitions

  1. Francis Bacon is a painter whose reputation, legendary at the time of his death in 1992, continues to grow.
  2. Francis Bacon (October 28, 1909 - April 28, 1992) was a British expressionist artist and painter.
  3. Francis Bacon is an indispensable entry point into the conceptual proliferation of Deleuze's philosophy as a whole.
  4. Francis Bacon is the first modern painter of international caliber that the British have produced.
  5. Francis Bacon (28 October 1909 – 28 April 1992) was an Anglo-Irish figurative painter known for his bold, austere, graphic and often tortured imagery.

Modern Painter

  1. It also reminds us of the portraits by modern painter, Francis Bacon.

London

  1. A Francis Bacon sold for almost $28 million Thursday night at Christie’s in London.

Essay

  1. Especially revealing is an essay by Michael Peppiatt, Bacon's close friend and biographer (he wrote Francis Bacon: Anatomy of an Enigma).

Figure

  1. Figure with meat est une œuvre de Francis Bacon de 1954.

Death

  1. Francis Bacon lived and worked in 7 Reece Mews, South Kensington, London from 1961 until his death in 1992.

Phenomena

  1. In the 17th century, Francis Bacon attempted to describe a rational procedure for establishing causation between phenomena.

Light

  1. Francis Bacon argued that the speed of light is not necessarily infinite, since something can travel too fast to be perceived.

Dublin

  1. One of five children, Francis Bacon was born in Dublin to English parents in 1909.

People

  1. For other people by this name, see Francis Bacon (disambiguation).

Thomas Jefferson

  1. TOP: The oldest known cipher wheel, of the type described by Francis Bacon as early as 1605 and later by Thomas Jefferson (see below).

Contemporary Art

  1. A major triptych by Francis Bacon is about to see the light after languishing for more than 30 years in the store of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.

First Works

  1. Francis Bacon 's essays, published in book form in 1597, 1612, and 1625, were the first works in English that described themselves as essays.

Time

  1. So I will undertake the time was, when Overbury knew more of the secrets of state, than the council-table did." Francis Bacon, speaking at Carr's trial.

Cardan Grille

  1. Stilted language draws attention to itself and the purpose of the Cardan grille is to create a message “without suspition” in the words of Francis Bacon.
  2. Stilted language draws attention to itself and the purpose of the Cardan grille is to create a message “without suspicion” in the words of Francis Bacon.

Science

  1. Francis Bacon (1561–1626) wrote in favor of the methods of science in philosophical discovery.
  2. Francis Bacon and other advocates of science tried to create unity in Europe by focusing on the unity in nature.
  3. It would not be until the Renaissance moved to Northern Europe that science would be revived, with such figures as Copernicus, Francis Bacon, and Descartes.

Writings

  1. Francis Bacon (1561-1626), although not a rhetorician, contributed to the field in his writings.

Lucian Freud

  1. English artists such as Lucian Freud (grandson of Sigmund Freud) and Francis Bacon have produced powerful paintings.

Late 16Th Century

  1. It was still in the Greek sense that Francis Bacon used the term in the late 16th century, when he wrote about " Natural History ".

Classifications

  1. Of other classifications of fallacies in general the most famous are those of Francis Bacon and J. S. Mill.

Work

  1. Ethical and political philosophy was revived by the work of Machiavelli and in the utopias of Thomas More, Tommaso Campanella and Francis Bacon.

Freud

  1. Freud has painted a number of fellow artists, including Frank Auerbach and Francis Bacon.

Philosophy

  1. Others, like Francis Bacon, have argued that philosophy contributes nothing, but is merely an echo of nature.

Natural Philosophy

  1. This revival of esotericism coincided with a rebirth of natural philosophy, as in Nicholas of Kues, Giordano Bruno, Francis Bacon and Telesius.

Isaac Newton

  1. Realistically speaking, the scientific revolution that we associate with Galileo, Francis Bacon, and Isaac Newton, began much earlier.

Francis Bacon

  1. During the 1500's and 1600's, such founders of modern science as Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton of England and Galileo of Italy believed in atoms.
  2. In England, the agonized figures of Francis Bacon and the lyrical, urbane pictures of David Hockney demonstrated the vitality of English figurative painting.
  3. Important empiricist who expanded and extended the work of Francis Bacon and Thomas Hobbes.

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  2. Natural Philosophy
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