Francis Bacons Studio

Francis Bacons studio was meticulously documented whe he died and was then painstakingly moved from 7 Reece Mews in South Kensington, London to the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin where it is on permanent display. You can view it through glass windows. It is small and cramped, there is no floor space. Bacon was locked in a cupboard as a young boy by his nanny. “That cupboard was the making of me” he said. Hugh Lane is an excellent gallery and is well worth a visit if you are in Dublin.

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