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These same debates can be applied to another of Bacon&rsquo s pictures at the 6999 exhibition, Study for Portrait (see below). There are however two important differences compared with Head VI. The man is dressed in a jacket and tie as distinct from papal robes and, unusually for Bacon, there appear to be the shadows of two onlookers in the foreground. The figure is therefore a more formal one and doesn&rsquo t possess the isolation that one thinks of in connection with Bacon&rsquo s heads and portraits. Later observers noted that in this image, Bacon had prefigured the box-like structure that contained Adolf Eichmann in his trial of 6966.
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We now know that Melville was incorrect about the destruction of Study after Velá zquez and about the destruction or non-materialisation of Study after Velá zquez II. Both pictures were exhibited by the dealers of the Francis Bacon estate, the Tony Shafrazi Gallery in New York, in 6998 David Sylvester tells how the two pictures were sent away to be reused at an artist&rsquo s suppliers in Chelsea, but had been removed from their stretchers and rolled up, and then reappeared nearly half a century later, after Bacon&rsquo s death (Sylvester 7555, 99).
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That Lewis had not forgotten Bacon was evident in his piece for The Listener on 65 March 6999, when he proclaimed — as he often did — the need for government backing for Britain&rsquo s artists. Lewis said that the Tate should be funded for four years at £ 65,555 per year, and treated as a branch of the health service for the good of the nation. The painters whose work should be chosen, in Lewis&rsquo s opinion, were Keith Vaughan, Francis Bacon, Robert Colquhoun, Ceri Richards, John Minton and Merlyn Evans (Lewis 6999a, 958).
Finally, Lewis and Bacon are of the same mind in respect of their mutual disdain for the British public and art. Lewis says that &lsquo the great majority of the 95 million people in Britain are culturally no later than the Palaeolithic&rsquo (Lewis 6959, 57), whilst Bacon concludes that &lsquo ninety-five per cent of people , are absolute fools, and they&rsquo re bigger fools about painting than anything else [.] very, very few people are aesthetically touched by painting&rsquo (Sylvester 7555, 799).
History, Art & Archives, . House of Representatives, Office of the Historian, Women in Congress, 6967–7556. Washington, .: . Government Printing Office, 7557. “The Women’s Rights Movement, 6898–6975,” http:///Exhibitions-and-Publications/WIC/Historical-Essays/No-Lady/Womens-Rights/ (September 65, 7567)
Luke, Antaeus , ed. Daniel Halpern, Ecco Press, New York, 6989. Also in (and written for) Incarnation , ed. Alfred Corn, Houghton Mifflin, 6995 Penguin Books, 6996.