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  1. Sir Francis Bacon's Cipher Story, Part 2 by Orville W. Owen, 2003-02-01
  2. The Essays of Sir Francis Bacon by Sir Francis Bacon, 1950
  3. Britain Under Trojan, Roman, Saxon Rule; England Under Richard III; The Reign Of Henry VII (1870) by John Milton, Thomas More, et all 2008-06-02
  4. Francis Bacon: The Papal Portraits of 1953 by Hugh Davies, Francis Bacon, et all 2001-11-15
  5. The Works of Francis Bacon: Volume 5. Translations of the Philosophical Works. II by Francis Bacon, 2000-11-23
  6. Francis Bacon: The temper of a Man by Catherine Drinker Bowen, 1963
  7. Some acrostic signatures of Francis Bacon, bacon Verulam of Verulam, viscount St. Alban, together with some others, all of which are now for the first time deciphered and published by William Stone Booth 1864-1926 George Fabyan Collection (Library of Congress) DLC, 1909-12-31
  8. Francis Bacon by Dawn Ades, Andrew Forge, 1987-09-28
  9. Francis Bacon: Skira MINI Artbooks by Francesca Marini, 2009-04-21
  10. Francis Bacon and the Tradition of Art (Art Catalogue) by Barbara Steffen, Michael Peppiatt, et all 2004-04-17
  11. Francis Bacon: The Temper of a Man by Catherine D. Bowen, 1963
  12. The works of Francis Bacon;: The wisdom of the ancients and other essays by Francis Bacon, 1932
  13. Francis Bacon's Great Seal by Alfred Dodd, 2006-09-15
  14. The Works of Francis Bacon, Volume XIV by Francis Bacon, James Spedding, 2009-10-08

101. Well Furlong - Francis Bacon (1909-1992) British Artist - An Appreciation By Gay
An appreciation of bacon, a chronology and list of recommended books on the artist.
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British Painter 1909-92 Francis Bacon's style is that of a figurative painter bordering on the abstract. He was a magician at conjuring up the tension between two people on the canvas. He produced disturbing, but at the same time comical paintings.
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Interviews With Francis Bacon
For a brief biography of Francis Bacon see the Biographical Notes page.
An oil painting of Francis Bacon by Maggi Hambling can be seen in the Sands Gallery at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Exhibition News Millenium Galleries, Sheffield - in September 2001
Presented works by Francis Bacon Barbican Art Gallery - Feb 8 to April 16 2001
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Bacon's Eye: Works attributed to Francis Bacon from the Barry Joule Archive.
Recommended Books My list of recommended books about Francis Bacon may be found in the Francis Bacon section of the Well Furlong Book Shop . If you so wish, you may go on to buy many of the volumes in our Book Shop directly from

102. LookSmart - Francis Bacon
His bestknown writings are his Essays. . bacon, francis - Authorship Analysis, An Discusses the possibility that Shakespeare s works were written by this

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104. Biography Search
bacon, francisbacon, francis. The tradition of francis bacon s works in twentiethcentury Anglo-American literary theory and criticism, however, is not continuous.

105. Squashed Bacon- The Advancement Of Learning - Condensed And Abridged
The condensed edition of francis bacon's 'The Advancement of Learning'
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"if a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties." INTRODUCTION to THE ADVANCEMENT of LEARNING
Bacon's great claim to fame is not that he entered Trinity College, Cambridge, at the age of 12, not that he was Lord Chancellor of England under James I, nor even that he has been reputed the real writer of Shakespeare's plays, but that he was a philosopher of the first rank and the effective founder of the modern, experimental, scientific, approach to understanding.
Before Bacon, 'learning' largely meant memorizing the classics, especially Aristotle, and acceding to every dictat of established religion. In The Advancement of Learning, he argued that the only knowledge of importance was that which could be discovered by observation- 'empirical' knowledge rooted in the natural world. He championed the idea of state funding for experimental science and the creation of an encyclopedia. In Novum Organum 1620, he redefined the task of natural science, as a way of increasing human power over nature, and in

106. Bacon, Francis
bacon, francis. Click Here. francis bacon (15611626). An English natural philosopher, who reached his conclusions through the
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Francis Bacon (1561-1626) An English natural philosopher, who reached his conclusions through the process of induction from facts, thus breaking away from contemporary scholasticism. He stated (1620) that experiments are of fundamental importance in acquiring scientific knowledge, since experiments enable us to establish causes that determine an occurrence and enable us to bring about such occurrences when we wish. Back

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107. Mark Harden's Museum Of Art: "Artchive" - "Francis Bacon"

108. Wikipedia Sir Francis Bacon
Offers a Biography and Links about the english statesman, essayist, and philospher Sir francis bacon. Includes Links of his Works.

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110. The Galileo Project
Biography of the philosopher and author concentrates on his role in the history of science and medicine.

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in the 16th and 17th Centuries This catalog is a collection of 631 detailed biographies on members of the scientific community during the 16th and 17th centuries with vital facts about each individual and their contributions to science. The information here was compiled by the late Richard S. Westfall , Professor in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University. While the scope of Dr. Westfall's research is immense, the information is concise and very well organized. All individuals in the catalog are systematically described by ten categories using twenty searchable fields. Short Form Search 9 of the 20 fields in the database. Long Form Search all 20 fields in the database. ©1995 Al Van Helden
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111. Bacon_Note
gallery index. francis bacon. British philosopher of science, known for his proposal of new logic for empirical investigations, Induction.
Francis Bacon British philosopher of science, known for his proposal of "new logic" for empirical investigations, Induction. Aside from this traditional image of Bacon, he was a prophet of the modern combination of science and technology: "Human knowledge and human power meet in one; for where the cause is not known, the effect cannot be produced" ( Novum Organum , the first book). BACK TO BACON PICTURE BACK TO GALLERY INDEX BACK TO PHS INDEX Last modified March 26, 1999. (c) Soshichi Uchii

112. MSN Encarta - Bacon, Francis (philosopher)
Peruse a brief profile, and link to other resources on this English Renaissance philosopher. Includes a picture.

113. Our Civilisation Sir Francis Bacon
A short biography and literary appraisal of his works, by Max Patrick.
Sir Francis Bacon
by Max Patrick Prologue I. Introduction VI. Idols II. History VII. New Atlantis III. Style VIII. Summary IV. Philosophy IX. Bibliography V. Reason and Logic Principal Dates in Bacon's Life Biographies Library Home

114. Peggy Guggenheim Collection - Artists - Francis Bacon (1909—1992)
francis bacon (1909—1992). francis bacon was born in Dublin on October 28, 1909. At the age of sixteen he moved to London and subsequently
HOME News! Information Exhibitions ... Africa, Oceania, etc Francis Bacon (1909—1992) Francis Bacon was born in Dublin on October 28, 1909. At the age of sixteen he moved to London and subsequently lived for about two years in Berlin and Paris. Although Bacon never attended art school, he began to draw and work in watercolor about 1926—27. Pablo Picasso’s work decisively influenced his painting until the mid-1940s. Upon Bacon’s return lo London in 1929 he established himself as a furniture designer and interior designer. He began to use oils in the fall of that year and exhibited furniture and rugs as well as a few paintings in his studio. His work was included in a group exhibition in London at the Mayor Gallery in 1933. In 1934 the artist organized his own first solo show at Sunderland House, London, which be called Transition Gallery for the occasion. he participated in a group show at Thomas Agnew and Sons in London in 1937. Bacon painted relatively little after his solo show and in the 1930's and early 1940's destroyed many of his works. He began to paint intensively again in 1944. His first major solo show took place at the Hanover Gallery in London in 1949. From the mid­194's to the 1950's Bacon’s work reflected the influence of Surrealism. In the 1950's Bacon drew on such sources as Velàzquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X, Vincent van Gogh’s

115. Francis Bacon - Encyclopedia Article About Francis Bacon. Free Access, No Regist
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Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Alternate meanings: Francis Bacon (painter) Alternate meanings: Francis Bacon (philosopher) Francis Bacon (October 28, 1909 - April 28, 1992) was a British expressionist artist and painter. Bacon was born in Dublin, Ireland to English parents. The family moved back and forth between Dublin and London several times while he was growing up. He was a sickly child, and his father attempted to "toughen him up" by having his son horsewhipped. He was expelled from his family in 1925 when his homosexuality was discovered.
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116. Quotes - Francis Bacon , Francis Bacon Quotations, Francis Bacon Sayings - Famou
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117. Bacon, Francis, English Painter
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    Bacon, Francis Bacon, Francis, , English painter, b. Dublin. A self-taught artist, Bacon became the center of a storm of controversy with his Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion (1944; Tate Gall., London), which portrayed carcasslike figures on crosses. He painted a series of variations on figural themes, e.g., Van Gogh Goes to Work, Often large in scale, Bacon's works focus on shockingly grotesque and brutally satiric themes. From the 1950s on his images become increasingly distorted and abstract, sometimes merging human and animal forms. See biographies by J. Russell (1979) and A. Sinclair (1993); D. Sylvester, Interviews with Francis Bacon (1975); Hirshhorn Mus., Washington, D.C., exhibition catalog (1989). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia

118. Bacon, Francis, English Philosopher
bacon, francis. bacon, francis, 1561–1626, English philosopher, essayist, and statesman, b. London, educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and at Gray s Inn.
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    Bacon, Francis Bacon, Francis, Instauratio Magna, but completed only two parts, The Advancement of Learning (1605), later expanded in Latin as De Augmentis Scientiarum (1623), and the Novum Organum (1620). Bacon's contribution to philosophy was his application of the inductive method of modern science. He urged full investigation in all cases, avoiding theories based on insufficient data. He has been widely censured for being too mechanical, failing to carry his investigations to their logical ends, and not staying abreast of the scientific knowledge of his own day. In the 19th cent., Macaulay initiated a movement to restore Bacon's prestige as a scientist. Today his contributions are regarded with considerable respect. In The New Atlantis (1627) he describes a scientific utopia that found partial realization with the organization of the Royal Society in 1660. His

119. Francis Bacon - Free Online Library
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Francis Bacon was born on January 22nd, 1561 in London, England the son of the Keeper of the Great Seal for Queen Elizabeth I, Sir Nicholas Bacon, and his second wife. When he was twelve years old, Francis began Trinity College, Cambridge. He stayed from 1573 until 1575, leaving without a degree. After his father's death, Bacon studied law at Gray's Inn until 1582, when he became a barrister. Two years later, at the age of twenty-three, he was elected to Parliament. In 1597, Bacon published Essays Colours of Good and Evil , and Meditationes Sacrae . After Queen Elizabeth I's death and the ascension of James I in 1603, Bacon began his political career in earnest. He was knighted in 1603 and several honors followed: Solicitor General in 1604, Attorney General in 1613, Lord Chancellor in 1618, Baron Verulam in 1618, and Viscount St. Albans in 1621. Appointed to a succession of posts, Bacon was finally given the title of Keeper of the Great Seal, like his father before him. In 1620, Bacon published

120. Francis Bacon Artwork And Images At
francis bacon art artwork and indepth artistic information such as paintings, sculpture, photography Armchair, 18861888 Manufactured by AH Davenport (1800-1908
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Museum Image Collections: (3) Armchair, 1886-1888 Manufactured by A. H. Davenport (1800-1908); Designed by Francis H. Bacon (1856-1940)American; Made
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