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Both Francis Bacon 1909–1992 and Graham Sutherland 1903–1980 were highly influential modern British artists yet in temperament they could not have been different This book is the first to consider their intriguing artistic dialogue offering a rich and subtle analysis of their work up to 1950 Martin Hammer’s starting points are the strong stylistic and

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Bacon and Sutherland Patterns of Affinity in British Culture of the 1940s Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in BritisThese two artists engage with international modernism when much English art was narrowly insular and “patriotic?” In what ways did their art embody a creative response to Picasso and surrealism? The author investigates these and many other uestions to illuminate the personal and professional relationship between two compelling twentieth century artists