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Performed and filmed at Fylkingen, Stockholm, 9th of September 2007.
Actors: Bo I. Cavefors, Martin Bladh, Johan Adolphi (Whip Man), Jacob Ohlin (Naked Man), Mikael Oretoft (Fellow Actor/Executioner)
Release contains a 12 page booklet containing the script of the play.
Martin Bladh. Album: Three Studies For A Crucifixion A Passion Play In Three Acts Dedicated To Francis Bacon. Style: Soundtrack, Experimental. Three Studies For A Crucifixion. Actors: Bo I. Cavefors, Martin Bladh, Johan Adolphi Whip Man, Jacob Ohlin Naked Man, Mikael Oretoft Fellow ActorExecutioner. Release contains a 12 page booklet containing the script of the play. Martin Bladh & Bo I Cavefors - Three Studies For A Crucifixion A Passion Play In Three Acts Dedicated To Francis Bacon - free download. Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion is a 1944 triptych painted by the Irish-born British artist Francis Bacon. The canvasses are based on the Eumenides-or Furies-of Aeschylus's Oresteia, and depict three writhing anthropomorphic creatures set against a flat burnt orange background. It was executed in oil paint and pastel on Sundeala fibre board and completed within two weeks. The triptych summarises themes explored in Bacon's previous work, including his examination of Picasso's. Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen Album: Three Studies For A Crucifixion A Passion Play In Three Acts Dedicated To Francis Bacon Country: Sweden Released: 2008 Style: Soundtrack, Experimental MP3 version RAR size: 1122 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1360 mb WMA version RAR size: 1170 mb Rating: 4. 3 Votes: 422 Other Formats: TTA DXD AU APE MP3 DTS AAC. CD-2 Act 2. CD-3 Act 3. DVD Three Studies For A Crucifixion 59:01. Artwork Mikael Oretoft Performer Erik Jarl, Martin Bladh Photography By Lars Bosma, Peter Andersson. Performed and filmed at Fylkingen, Stockholm, 9th of September 2007. Francis Bacon: Studies for a Portrait - Francis Bacon: Incunabula'. Francis Bacon: The Authority of Flesh'. Francis Bacon: The Studio as Symbol'. Power of three: Bacon triptych emerges from Tehran storeroom'. Preaching art'. Private View: Francis Bacon'. Listen to online Martin Bladh, Bo Cavefors - Three Studies For A Crucifixion A Passion Play In Three Acts Dedicated To Francis Bacon, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Watch now Martin Bladh, Bo Cavefors's video clip of album Three Studies For A Crucifixion A Passion Play In Three Acts Dedicated To Francis Bacon. Three Studies for a Crucifixion was created in 1962 by Francis Bacon. Find more prominent pieces at best visual art three pale figures with distended necks, each isolated against a hot orange background, constitute the preferred point of departure for consideration of his mature career. Research has thrown light upon the earlier years, but most critics have followed the artists lead in discussing the paintings of the 1930s as part of a pre-history sloughed off in the extraordinary production of this triptych. John Russell, who privileged it as the first and earliest work reproduced within his text, has gone as far as to claim that there was painting in England before the Three Studies, and painting after them, and no one. can confuse. Image: Francis Bacon, Interior of a Room, c. Oil on canvas. The Estate of Francis Bacon, DACS London 2019. December 24, 2019 at 1:00 AM. Bacon's Three Studies for a Crucifixion, 1962 is currently the first-ever artist-curated exhibition from the Guggenheim in New York: The exhibition runs until 12th January 2020, and for more information visit Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. English US Suomi Svenska Español Português Brasil. Bacons three creatures, grey-fleshed, unpleasantly phallic, are set in an airless theatre of reddish light. This is a seriously disturbing, horribly great work of art Illustration: Currently on display at the National Galleries of Scotland. Jonathan Jones. Tue 2 Oct 2012 BST First published on Tue 2 Oct 2012 BST