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Portrait of Francis Bacon Featured Francis Bacon Print

Portrait of Francis Bacon

Vintage engraving of Francis Bacon 1561 to 1626 was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist, orator, and author. He served both as Attorney General and as Lord Chancellor of England. After his death, he remained extremely influential through his works, especially as philosophical advocate and practitioner of the scientific method during the scientific revolution

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Portrait of Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510-1579) from 'Lodge's British Portraits' Featured Francis Bacon Print

Portrait of Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510-1579) from 'Lodge's British Portraits'

KW180255 Portrait of Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510-1579) from 'Lodge's British Portraits', 1823 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Nicholas Bacon, 1510-1579. English politician Father of Francis Bacon. From the book a??Lodgea??s British Portraitsa?? published London 1823. Member of Queen Elizabeth's government.
); Photo A© Ken Welsh; English, out of copyright

© Private Collection / Photo © Ken Welsh / Bridgeman Images

The Old Castle, Canonbury, London Featured Francis Bacon Print

The Old Castle, Canonbury, London

The Old Castle, Canonbury, London. The manor of Canonbury was constructed by William Bolton of St Bartholomews Priory between 1509 and 1532. In the 1590s the manor was rebuilt by Sir John Spencer, Lord Mayor of the City of London, including the construction of its tower (pictured here). The tower has been occupied by many historical figures, including Francis Bacon and Oliver Goldsmith. It is currently used as a Masonic research centre. Date: circa 1909

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