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Painting

1946: The Museum of Modern Art, New York

No one records the results of World War II's savage inhumanity as does Bacon in large part because he did not set out to paint it. Setting slabs of butchered meat upon the flanks of screaming human figures illustrates clearly that was is merely a symptom of a deeper human condition.
 
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