The trappings of genius – Francis Bacon’s 7 Reece Mews

For thirty years Francis Bacon lived worked in Reece Mews, a former coach house located in a Victorian mews in the London borough of South Kensington. It was here he produced many of his greatest paintings. Years, after his death the studio remained uninhabited and untouched exactly as he had left it.

Francis Bacon 7 Reece Mews

Francis Bacon 7 Reece Mews Staircase

Francis Bacon 7 Reece Mews

Francis Bacon 7 Reece Mews

Francis Bacon 7 Reece Mews

Francis Bacon Reece Mews

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