1. The missed link between Suffolk and Italy

    This is even more confirmation that Francis Bacon drew.
    Brought to the attention of Mr. Umberto Guerini, these three people knew that Francis Bacon drew and also they are in possession of his drawing. On November 1, 2012 at 6 pm, in Bologna (Italy), Strada Maggiore 24, in the legal offices of Guerini & Partners, Brian Hayhow, Lyndsay Hayhow and Margaret Skawinski Sheaser, attended an interview regarding their drawings by Francis Bacon at the invitation of the lawyer Mr. Umberto Guerini.

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  2. The Hidden Truths

    On April 27th 1861, Giovanni Morelli, great art historian, met in Bologna his colleague Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle.
    In that same city, 136 years later, one of the most fascinating adventures of modern art began. 
    It was 1997.
    I am speaking about the works on paper of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, Francis Bacon.  
    History, and particularly history of art, is sometimes characterized by almost incredible events, and my personal and professional story can only confirm it. It’s no coincidence that I mentioned the meeting between two art historians...

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  3. Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino's reply

    I am aware this is only a quip, but I must say that the essay Martin Harrison made concerning the drawings the painter Francis Bacon gave me is incorrect...