Frank Bacon - The Bee Story / In The Reno Divorce Court album download
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- Written-By [Uncredited] – Frank Bacon
Recording date: July, 1921
Francis Bacon was a legendary English statesman and philosopher. Go through this biography to know more about his childhood and life. Bacon looked further to these by attempting to get a prestigious post. He also applied for a post in the court through his uncle; Lord Burghley in 1580 which he believed would allow him to pursue a life of learning but his application was rejected. Following two years, he worked at Gray’s Inn, only to be admitted as an outer barrister in 1582. He took his seat in the parliament for Melcombe in Dorset in 1584 and afterwards for Taunton in 1586.
Frank Bacon (January 16, 1864 – November 19, 1922), was an American character actor and playwright who after years of relative obscurity achieved great success as he entered the twilight of his career. The 1918 play Lightnin', which Bacon co-wrote and starred in, set a Broadway record for the day of 1,291 performances and was still going strong on tour after more than 700 shows when Bacon was forced to bow out due to fatigue. His death from a heart attack followed a week later.
Francis Bacon produced some of the most iconic images of wounded and traumatized humanity in post-war art. Borrowing inspiration from Surrealism, film, photography, and the Old Masters, he forged a distinctive style that made him one of the most widely recognized exponents of figurative art in the 1940s and 1950s. Bacon concentrated his energies on portraiture, often depicting habitues of the bars and clubs of London's Soho neighborhood.
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The British, Irish-born painter Francis Bacon is one among the most important painters of the 20th century. Bacon was born in Dublin on 28 October 1909 to English parents who have recently moved to Ireland. Despite his bleak existentialist outlook, solidified in the public mind through his articulate and vivid series of interviews with David Sylvester, Bacon in person was highly engaging and charismatic, articulate, well-read and openly gay. He was a prolific artist, but nonetheless spent many of the evenings of his middle age eating, drinking and gambling in London's Soho with like-minded friends such as Lucian Freud (though the two fell out in the mid-1970s, for reasons neither ever explained), John Deakin, Muriel Belcher, Henrietta Moraes, Daniel Farson, Tom Baker, and Jeffrey Bernard.
Reno divorce-seekers (mostly women) passed the time at glorified dude ranches, which offered the typical horseback riding and cow-milking, but also hunky cowboys willing to roll in the hay. Legend goes that some of the emancipated ladies even ran off with the ranch hands themselves. One ranch south of Reno, called the Lazy Me, was nicknamed the Lay Me Easy for its curative powers
Francis Bacon was born on 22 January 1561 in London. He was the son of Sir Nicholas Bacon, keeper of the great seal for Elizabeth I. Bacon studied at Cambridge University and at Gray's Inn and became a member of parliament in 1584. Knighted that year, he was appointed to a succession of posts culminating, like his father, with keeper of the great seal. However, Bacon's real interests lay in science. Shortly afterwards, he was charged by parliament with accepting bribes, which he admitted. He was fined and imprisoned and then banished from court. Although the king later pardoned him, this was the end of Bacon's public life. He retired to his home at Gorhambury in Hertfordshire, where he continued to write. He died in London on 9 April 1626.
Francis Bacon, founding father of the Enlightenment, had insights about the four idols of the mind which psychology re-discovered a half century later. The Idols of the Tribe have their foundation in human nature itself, and in the tribe or race of men. For it is a false assertion that the sense of man is the measure of things. On the contrary, all perceptions as well of the sense as of the mind are according to the measure of the individual and not according to the measure of the universe.
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