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Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban(s), KC (22 January 1561 – 9 April 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist and author.

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A collection of thoughts from a financial planning friend of mine: 1. All beliefs in whatever realm are theories at some level. (Stephen Schneider) 2. Do not condemn the judgment of another because it differs from your own. You may both be wrong. (Dandemis) 3. Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider. (Francis Bacon) 4. Never fall in love with your hypothesis. (Peter Medawar) 5. It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories instead of theories to suit facts. (Arthur Conan Doyle) 6. A theory should not attempt to explain all the facts, because some of the facts are wrong. (Francis Crick) 7. The thing that doesn’t fit is the thing that is most interesting. (Richard Feynman) 8. To kill an error is as good a service as, and sometimes even better than, the establishing of a new truth or fact. (Charles Darwin) 9. It ain’t what you don’t know that gets y ...
Brian Sewell recalls Francis Bacon turning up to breakfast at Harrods with a kohlrabi: "Juice that, duckie."
Lunch w/ Brian Sewell: oysters, Francis Bacon gossip, the perils of crutches and taxis. Fab, by
Invented by a committed Christian scientist Francis Bacon.
# Who is considered to be the father of English novel. a) Francis Bacon b) Geoffrey Chaucer c) King Alfred the Great d) Henry Fielding ** Correct answer: d) Henry Fielding
On a day like today, Spanish painter Francisco Goya was born March 30, 1746. Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (30 March 1746 - 16 April 1828) was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker regarded both as the last of the Old Masters and the first of the moderns. Goya was a court painter to the Spanish Crown, and through his works was both a commentator on and chronicler of his era. The subversive imaginative element in his art, as well as his bold handling of paint, provided a model for the work of later generations of artists, notably Manet, Picasso and Francis Bacon. In this image: Goya Galleries, 2nd and 3rd of May ©Museo Nacional del Prado.
Christopher Nolan talks to the about how Francis Bacon influenced his vision of the Joker in 'The Dark Knight': htt…
“We make our world significant by the courage of our questions and by the depth of our answers” - Carl Sagan.    “Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why.” -Bernard Baruch.   “Questions provide the key to unlocking our unlimited potential.” - Anthony Robbins.   “Who questions much, shall learn much, and retain much.” - Francis Bacon.   “The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.” - Thomas Berger.   “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.  For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.”  - Matthew 7: 7 – 8  Does each Nigerian realize that he/she has the same stake in the Nigerian project just as everyone else, or perhaps much more than the president who does not give a *** or the militant whose candidate must win an election, or the politician who continually takes care of himself via the resourc . ...
On the Deadline:Pod this week: Matthew Norman smokes with Tony Benn, Christopher Howse sees Francis Bacon beaten up
I think we have more machinery of government than is necessary, 2 many parasites living on the labor of the industrious Francis Bacon
Ben Franklin, was also a Rosicrucian Grand Master, who was at the heart of the Illuminati operations to take over America and replace the visible control of the British Empire with the invisible control of the secret brotherhood, the most effective and ongoing form of mastering the underclass. It is said the Illuminati, via the Freemasons, controlled and manipulated both sides in the American War of Independence and were also deeply connected with the French Revolution (1789). Franklin was Agent 72 of the British intelligence agency created by Dr. John Dee and Francis Bacon during the rein of Elizabeth I. During their time in London, Franklin and the Professor were brought into contact with those in positions of power who shared their Masonic and occult interests. One of these was Sir Francis Dashwood, the English Chancellor of the Exchequer who was also the founder of a secret society called the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe, more popularly known in the parlors of London as the *** Fire Club.
Oh yes, the new Robocop movie is bloody great - smart and not just a CGI video game lookalike. Is even venture it's better than the original. Dollops of neuroscience, big data privacy issues, conservative media parody... And the always great Michael Keaton as the baddie. Plus he has a great Francis Bacon triptych in his office. And the closing credits dong is magnificent.
Brief Introduction A:Authobiography Nicholas Evans was born and grew up in Worcestershire, England. He studied law at Oxford University, graduating with first class honors, then worked as a journalist for three years on the Evening Chronicle in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He then moved into television, producing films about US politics and the Middle-East for a weekly current affairs programme called Weekend World. It was during this time that he traveled a lot and got to know the United States. In 1982 he started to produce arts documentaries – about famous writers, painters and film-makers, several of which won international awards (films about David Hockney, Francis Bacon, Patricia Highsmith). In 1983 he made a film about the great British director David Lean (Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, etc). Lean became a friend and mentor and encouraged Evans to switch from fact to fiction. For the next ten years, Evans wrote and produced a number of films for television and the cinema. In 1993 he met a blacksmit ...
Scientific revolution, Protestant reformation, renaissance, black plague, Francis Bacon, Martin Luther. They are all connected.
THE BACON LEGACY- "One of the most important men of this entire era was the (Rosicrucian), Francis Bacon. His influence was colossal. He was the Grand Master of the (Rosicrucians) in England, a major force in the creation of Freemasonry, the father of modern science, and possibly one of the authors of the Shakespeare plays. He was also a member of a secret society called the Order of the Helmet, dedicated to the worship of the goddess of wisdom, Pallas Athene, who was portrayed as a wearing a helmet and holding a spear. Researchers and investigators like Manly P. Hall, the renowned Freemasonic historian, have little doubt that Bacon was born from a liason between Queen Elizabeth I, the 'virgin queen', and her lover Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester". - The Biggest Secret, David Icke pg.163
Many a man nurses a lot of dreams, and some 'determines' to become someone's else in future. He envies the man's fortune, prowess and dexterity, and mimicks his works of arts and literatures. Just as a result of the man's integrity, privilege, popularity, veneration as well as love earned within and outside the country. But the imitator has forgotten, that through imitating other character, features--- he has indirectly curtained and limited his indefinite inalienable and inborn gene to a certain terminal which he cannot transcend the line of the person he's imitating. I cherish the shrewd skills of Confucius, Buddha, Plato, Aristotle, Aristophane, Socrate, Francis Bacon, Benjamin Franklin, Ab Lincoln, William James, Obama jnr., Shakespeare, Horace, Wordsworth, Maxwell, Chomsky, Dale, Wole Soyinka, Late Achebe, Late Festus, Olarotimi,Chimamanda Ngozi adichie,Jerry agada...but the fact is that I shall never pray to be like one them. But always retain my real identity...because we all possess the same genes ...
Inspiring words: "Prosperity discovers our vices and adversity our virtues" - Francis Bacon "What can be done another day can be done today" - Montaigne "Everyday is the best day of my life" - Pastor Joel Osteen "God will always bring the right people into your life, but you have to let the wrong people walk away" - Pastor Joel Osteen
Famous Scientists Home sweet home About Blog for science news List of scientists Contact get in touch Privacy policy RSS hungry? MAR 1, 2012 25 Famous Scientists Who Believed in God Author: Admin So how did the universe begin? How did life arise on Earth? These have been mankind’s most important questions through the ages. In the last century, we have learned more about science and the creation of the universe, than everything that was known before the twentieth century. What is more notable, the last decade has opened new discoveries leading to new theories that give us unique hypotheses about the presence of God and the nature of the universe. Today’s article will discuss some of the most famous scientists in history who believed in God. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) Arthur Compton (1892 – 1962) Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) Ernst Haeckel (1834 –1919) Erwin Schrödinger (1887 –1961) Francis Bacon (1561-1627) Francis Collins (Born 1950) Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) Gottfried Leibn ...
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“Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought for are commonly the most valuable.”. ― Francis Bacon
RECYCLED KNOWLEDGE (My radical take) Francis Bacon rightly said that ‘reading makes a full man’, a ‘full man’ then would be one not only well-versed and competent in what he/she does, but also well informed about the world around him/her. Reading, therefore, as an undisputed source of human knowledge and information of all kinds, is of fundamental importance for academic progress and general human development. But let us, for once, throw this into logic, better still, logic into this, or say rationalize a bit. How? For instance, you and I have witnessed a generation that has wholeheartedly hyped reading (studying) as if life per se depends on it; as if to do otherwise is a deadly evil. Hence, for fear of persecution or the perceived death, many have flocked headlong to any camp ascribed to academe. With what outcome? After sessions of monotonous recycling of age-old knowledge (no doubt, knowledge is timeless) and even state-of-the-art hypotheses and theories, the thoroughbreds are then found roami ...
I'm sorry I had too. I love Francis Bacon. And most of these artist you are showing me.
Artists like Francis Bacon shocked the world but there was depth to his work
With Valentines Day next Friday, I thought I would share some quotes filled with wisdom and humor about marriage: The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. -Theodore Hesburgh To get the full value of joy you must have someone to divide it with. -Mark Twain Any marriage can be saved and any marriage can be lost. It all comes down to weather or not a couple will stop doing the things that harm a marriage and start doing the things that build a marriage. -Joe Beam, Internationally recognized marriage expert We heard this at a wedding: 'If you are going to argue, argue naked.' -Peg and Harry Williams, Nashville, TN Research has shown a child who sees his mother mistreated is more damaged than if the child himself is abused. -Steven Stosny One dollar up front prevents the spending of many dollars down the road. -Marion Wright Edelman, Children's Defense Fund You need only do three things in this country to avoid poverty - finish high school, marry before having a child ...
The contemplation of things as they are, without substitution or imposture, without error or confusion, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention. Francis Bacon
Fashion is only the attempt to realize art in living forms and social intercourse. - Francis Bacon
"When you wish to achieve results that have not been achieved before, it is an unwise fancy to think that they can be achieved by using methods that have been used before"- Sir Francis Bacon
'parts; others to be read, but not curiously; and some few to bee read wholly, and with diligence and attention' Francis Bacon.
If you say 'beer can' in a Jamaican accent, you will always sound like your saying bacon
My take on the whole Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate. This entire debate is surrounding Bill Nye's statements about Creationism. Such as "Creationism is not appropriate for children". Well I think some important points were missing from both sides last night. Such as "are there excellent scientists who believe in God?" Well lets take a look . Father of the modern computer - Charles Babbage Father of Physics- Sir Isaac Newton Father of Chemistry- Sir Robert Boyle Father of Astronomy- Galileo Galilei Fathers of the Scientific method- Sir Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, Sir Isaac Newton Pioneer of modern Mathematics- Leohard Euler Father of Taxonomy- Carl Linnaeus So don't tell me I cant raise my children to believe in creationism, while you stand on the shoulders of creationists. I'm not saying that you can't be a great scientist even with your delusions. If you want to believe that the world came into being from nothing and has no purpose then your welcome to teach your children that. But don't tell me that my kid ...
If you invite Sir Francis Bacon to your home, are you bringing home the bacon?
In order for the light to shine brightly, darkness must be present. Sir Francis Bacon
the noise I made when I heard "Francis Bacon" on this video we're watching in class rn omg
What did Sir Francis have for breakfast? Bacon.
Wise men make more opportunities than they find. ~ Francis Bacon . >> Internet Income University
12 INDISPUTABLE SIGNS THAT YOU’RE BEING MANIPULATED BY YOUR LOVER Love cures people - both the ones who give and the ones who receive it.Prince Chuks It’s quite obvious that the human nature is indeed possessive and domineering. Sadly enough, most often, people who are inclined to constantly impress others lose their personality in relationships. Experience and research have shown that the most vulnerable moment of an individual is when he or she is in love. This accounts for the reason why so many have been exploited, abused, scammed, deceived, tricked, hoodwinked, hoaxed, deluded, swindled, defrauded, cheated, double-crossed, gulled, beguiled; and even duped. As Francis Bacon (a contemporary Philosopher) would say: Knowledge is power. And as such, a person who is not well informed is basically limited, and cannot but walk in a dark alley. I’m not trying to go professorial or philosophical in this reflection. However, I feel constantly obliged as an informed mind to elucidate / expound the high poi ...
Unveiled in London - Francis Bacon’s extremely rare triptych: Three Studies of Lucian Freud, on view from Sun 13 Oct http…
Study Guide for Wynn’s Test Unit 5 Part 1 Notes -Absolutism Rulers have unlimited power -Divine right Rulers have right to rule by god -Louis XIV Absolute ruler of France -Edict of Nantes Gave some freedoms to French Protestants -Cardinal Richelieu Louis XIII chief minister, ruled for the weak leader -War of the Spanish succession Europe joins forces against the allied countries of France and Spain -Frederick the Great Leader of Prussia who attacked Austria in 1740, an took lands from Maria T. -Maria Theresa Daughter of Charles VI, and leader of Austria -Prussia Country that attacked and acquired some Austrian lands -War of Austrian succession -Seven years war, French Indian -Ivan the terrible Ivan the IV, ruler of Russia and came to power at the age of 3 -Boyars Nobles who tried to control Ivan the IV -Peter the Great Modernize and westernize Russia, one of the greatest reformers -St. Petersburg Peter’s window to the west -Oliver Cromwell Leader of puritan forces in the English civil war, became Engl ...
Francis Bacon in my eyes, Desmond Dekker in my ears, and cherry white tea in my mouth :) sensetastic!
Someone who knows me far, FAR better than they should considering that we've generally only ever communicated via electronic mediums tagged me to do Francis Bacon; an artist that I continually return to for inspiration, his cold and acutely precise autopsies of the darkest and most sublimated of human concerns something that chimes massively with my fiction, and had more than a passing influence on Strange Playgrounds.
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We rise to great heights. by a winding staircase. Francis Bacon.
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Yes. Art in offices is usually pleasant and relaxing. You never see Francis Bacon or Brueghel paintings in big offices.
"Whatever deserves to exist deserves also to be known". Francis Bacon.
The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express. ~Francis Bacon
"He who will not try new approaches should expect new evils..." Francis Bacon
The worst solitude is to be destitute of sincere friendship. -- Sir Francis Bacon / I can't imagine anything more lon…
If 'Annie Hall' was written by a pederast or Hitler or Francis Bacon, it'd be no less honest or funny.
He of whom many are afraid ought to fear many. ~Sir Francis Bacon
It's not what we eat but what we digest that makes us strong; not what we gain but what we save that makes us rich; not what we read but what we remember that makes us learned; and not what we profess but what we practice that gives us integrity. ~Francis Bacon
AUDITION NOTICE: MUSICAL: Seeking 2 male and 3 female actors, 18 years and older, for roles, in "420 The Musical", an original musical to be produced and presented by The Francis Bacon Experiment in April 18-20, 24-26. Auditions will be held at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26 at the Comedysportz Theater, Snyder Square, 4476 Main St. Amherst. For info and to sign up, email johnkehoe2242The show will be performed on Easter Sunday.
These are fun and creepy in a Francis bacon kind of way. Want more color tho.
something else to look forward to. another great artist, richard hamilton. The Guardian re Hamilton's upcoming Tate Modern exhibit Richard Hamilton: portrait of the artist as a social networker Artist Richard Hamilton was snapped by everyone from Cartier-Bresson to Hockney to Jasper Johns. Jonathan Jones on a life in Polaroids The great British modern artist Richard Hamilton could see into the future. In his 1956 collage Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing? he saw the consumer society in all its TV ad glory when most Britons were still trudging smoggy streets of postwar austerity. With its framed comic, tinned ham sculpture, television, tape recorder and a bodybuilder clutching a giant lolly labelled POP, Hamilton's ideal home was the manifesto of pop art. In these pictures, the famous and the gifted return a favour, and portray a man who chronicled the rise of pop culture. John Lennon and Paul McCartney snap the artist who designed The White Album. Bryan Ferry turns the ca ...
1. Ability is of little account without opportunity. - Napoleon Bonaparte 2. We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done. - Longfellow 3. As we advance in life, we learn the limits of our abilities. - James Froude 4. Natural abilities are like natural plants that need pruning by study. - Francis Bacon 5. Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability. - Cicero 6. The man who can speak acceptable is usually given credit for ability out of all proportion to what he really possesses. - Dale Carnegie 7. The Difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. - Mahatma Gandhi 8. It is a fine thing to have ability, but the ability to discover ability in others is the true test. - Elbert Hubbard 9. Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there. - John Wooden 10. A man may be so much of eve ...
I know there are Christians in the world who believe in old earth creation. Fine. No need to argue about that-it's a matter of liberty, not a heaven or *** issue, as Ken Ham stated in the debate last night. But please, please, PLEASE, for the love of God do not “side” with Bill Nye on any of his other beliefs, especially if you call yourself a Christian.   Do not “side” with a man who took every single opportunity to speak to arrogantly mock Christian scientists and warn the country about some supposed threat to society and scientific advancement by people who hold Biblical worldview. Do not encourage persecution of Christian faith for the sake of being “right” about the origin of life. Please.   I'm encouraging people (especially Christians) to reexamine some the points Bill Nye made in the debate last night insinuating that faith is the enemy of reason. Faith and reason do not conflict each other at all! In fact, faith is necessary for reason.   Everyone who exercises reason uses faith i ...
"A wise man will make for himself more opportunities than he finds!" Sir Francis Bacon
"There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion." -- Francis Bacon
"A little knowledge of science makes man an atheist, but an in-depth study of science makes him a believer in God." - Francis Bacon.
“Francis Bacon: "Man prefers to believe what he prefers to be true". What's your preference?” Yip.
Shanna looking at two Lucien Freuds by Francis Bacon @ Portland Art Museum
Visited the Portland Art Museum with old chum Wilder Sandee. We viewed the Francis Bacon installation of a triptych he painted of his friend and peer; Lucian Freud (yes, THAT Freud family). It led me to read more about both artists. Art begets art.
I openly challenge the HNB Garhwal Central University to have the best lawyer in the world and they will still be nothing in front of me. My legal smile is enough for slaughter :-) By: Prateek Negi, a Law Abiding Citizen. Courtesy: Francis Bacon, Gerard Butler and CM Punk, Best in the World.
LOVE IS THE DEVIL (dir. John Maybury) The film concerns the Irish born English figurative painter Francis Bacon, and focuses on his life in the early 1960's when he was one of the central figures in a group of dissipated and debauched intellectuals at the Colony Room, a private drinking club in London's Soho district. Bacon's portrait style during this period is reminiscent of the work of contemporary American artist, Ralph Steadman in that both artists render their subjects in a bloated or garishly distorted manner. And, John Maybury, the director of LOVE IS THE DEVIL conveys this aspect of Bacon's painting style by shooting parts of the film using curious time-lapsed techniques, odd camera angles, and blurred optical abnormalities that really highlight Francis Bacon's cracked artistic vision. Derek Jacobi is note perfect as the dissolute, alcoholic painter, and Daniel Craig is surprisingly convincing as Bacon's thuggish lover, George Dyer. And, Tilda Swinton is positively devastating as Muriel Belcher, ...
100 classic quotes Great Britain has lost an empire and has not yet found a role. —Dean Acheson, 1962 Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. —Lord Acton, 1887 Man is by nature a political animal. —Aristotle, 4th century BC That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. —Neil Armstrong, 1969 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. —Jane Austen, 1813 Revenge is a kind of wild justice. —Francis Bacon, 1635 I'm dreaming of a white Christmas. —Irving Berlin, 1942 We are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they. —Bernard of Chartres, 12th century In the beginning was the Word. —Bible (St John's Gospel) Politics is the art of the possible. —Otto von Bismarck, 1867 Back to the top And did those feet in ancient time Walk upon England's mountains green? —William Blake, 1804–10 C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre [It is magnificent, but ...
A triptych by late postwar painter Francis Bacon, Three Studies of Lucien Freud, sold for $142.4 million yesterday at Christie's, setting a new record for the most expensive artwork ever sold at...
On this day January 22nd in Psychology: 1561 — Francis Bacon was born. Bacon vitalized and articulated the modern philosophy of empiricism, the foundation of all modern science, including experimental psychology. 1821 — The Ohio legislature authorized construction of the state's first mental hospital. Located in Cincinnati, the Commercial Hospital and Lunatic Asylum of Ohio was ready to admit patients on January 26, 1824. In 1838, the hospital was sold and renamed the Commercial Hospital of Cincinnati. Its patients with mental illness were transferred to the new Ohio Lunatic Asylum in Columbus. 1825 — The Virginia legislature authorized Western State Hospital in Staunton. This was the nation's fifth public mental hospital and opened on July 25, 1828. At the time, the hospital was named the Western Lunatic Asylum and Francis T. Stribling served as superintendent. 1836 — The cornerstone of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane was laid, at the hospital's site in West Philadelphia. The building co ...
On This Day-22nd January 1561 The birth of Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Albans. He was a statesman, a lawyer, a philosopher, an essayist and Lord Chancellor of England. Some even claim that he was the real author of Shakespeare’s works. 1719 William Paterson, Scottish financier and co-founder of the Bank of England, died. 1771 Port Egmont in the Falkland Islands was ceded to Britain, by the Spanish. 1788 The birth, in London, of the poet George Gordon Byron, better known as Lord Byron. 1879 The Zulus massacred British troops at Isandlwana, known as the Battle of Rorke's Drift. Two British officers and 150 British and colonial troops fought off attacks of more than 4,000 Zulu warriors. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awarded to the defenders, along with a number of other decorations and honours. The battle was immortalized in the 1964 film Zulu, starring Michael Caine. In 1923 the Havard Chapel at Brecon Cathedral became a War Memorial to the South Wales Borderers (the 24th Regiment of Foot) as they served w ...
..Lucien Freud, or Francis Bacon, both inspire me!
So it won't end up in Qatar... MT Steve Wynn's Ex-Wife Is Buyer of record $142.4 mil Francis Bacon
"3 studies of Lucien Freud" by Francis Bacon at Portland art museum through March
Great visit to the Holburne Museum today. Unfortunately, we missed the Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud exhibition, but I did learn about an Amsterdam artist called Weenix and an Italian painter called Panini. Who knew...
Check out Lucien Freud's artwork Portrait of Francis Bacon : 1952 on
I just found out that the Francis Bacon triptych "Three Studies of Lucien Freud" was bought by casino developer...
Hope Quotes These quotations will give you hope and build your faith. Don’t lose Hope. Allow the hope of God to flow into you. God’s hope encourages, motivates, and keeps you on the road to faith, peace, and victory. Hopelessness breeds and creates the ‘feeling‘ of depression. Hope is the road, Faith is the victory. Martin Luther – “Everything that is done in the world is done by hope.” Unknown – Don’t worry, the fog will lift. Rex Rouis – “Hope is the raw material from which faith builds the house.” Alexandre Dumas – All human wisdom is summed up in two words: wait and hope. John Fitzgerald Kennedy – We should not let our fears hold us back from pursuing our hopes. Randy Furco - You can have hope without faith, but you can not have faith without hope! Helen Keller – Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence. Aristotle – “Hope is a waking dream.” [This has also been attributed to Pindar and Plato.] Francis Bacon – ...
Truth is a good dog; but always beware of barking too close to the heels of an error, lest you get your brains kicked out. Francis Bacon
TODAY IN FOOD HISTORY On this day in: 1618 Francis Bacon became Lord Chancellor of England. 1827 Sir Sanford Fleming was born. He devised the present system of time zones while working for the Canadian Pacific Railway. 1896 The ‘Fannie Farmer Cookbook’ was published. 1901 Alfred Packer is released from prison. He served 18 years for cannibalism after being stranded in the Rocky Mountains. (Actually he was convicted of murder, since cannibalism was not against the law). 1958 Ant Farms go on sale. Milton Levine had the idea at a July 4th family picnic. 1972 ‘American Pie’ by Don McLean is on the charts. 2013 Fred Turner died (born Jan 6, 1933). In 1956 he was one of the first employees hired by McDonald's founder Ray Kroc. He rose quickly through the ranks, and succeeded founder Ray Kroc as CEO in 1977. He founded Hamburger University in 1961 and was a co-founder of Ronald McDonald House Charities. DID YOU KNOW? Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a member of the Lily family and is related to oni . ...
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY 7th January 1536 Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of Mary I, died, at Kimbolton Castle in Cambridgeshire where she had lived since Henry annulled their marriage. The Pope had declined the request for an annulment, but Henry married his mistress Anne Boleyn regardless, a chain of events that led to England's break with the Roman Catholic Church. 1558 English forces were ousted from the French port of Calais, led by the Duke of Guise. Calais had surrendered to an invading English army in 1346 and its recapture by the French saw the last continental possession of England forfeited. 1618 Francis Bacon became Lord Chancellor of England. Later that year he was accused of taking a bribe, and fined £40,000, a huge sum of money for those times. 1805 The famous pugilist Tom Cribb had his first public fight. It was against Tom Maddox at Wood Green. Cribb was declared the winner after an incredible 76 rounds. 1889 Birth of Arthur Clifford Hartley, the English ...
I'm planning to go see Francis Bacon and Henry Moore at The Ashmolean in Oxford sometime this week.. Anyone fancy joining me?
*** History ~ Most truly great human achievements have been by *** folk. Heteros ensure the continuation of our species. *** folk ensure human evolution by their effect on society. Think of living in a world in which the following *** folk had not lived: Nikola Tesla, Socrates, Plato, Beethoven, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Jean-Jacques-Régis de Cambacérès (author of the Napoleonic Code, i.e. the law of France and many other places, basis of much other European law, incl. modern German law), Immanuel Kant, Schopenhauer, the Wright Brothers (invented the airplane,made the first heavier than air flight), Felix Hoffmann (discoverer of Aspirin and heroin, also diamorphine, still prescribed by physicians to kill extreme pain), Cecil John Rhodes (after whom two countries were named, for a while the granary of Africa: Northern and Southern Rhodesia, now Zambia and Zimbabwe). Johannes Gutenberg, inventor of the printings press. Francis Bacon, philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist, author, conce ...
 A. E. Mander: "Thinking is skilled work. It is not true that we are naturally endowed with the ability to think clearly and logically - without learning how, or without practicing. People with untrained minds should no more expect to think clearly and logically than people who have never learned and never practiced can expect to find themselves good carpenters, golfers, bridge players, or pianists." Francis Bacon, 1605, “Critical thinking is a desire to seek, patience to doubt, fondness to meditate, slowness to assert, readiness to consider, carefulness to dispose and set in order; and hatred for every kind of imposture.” Everyone thinks; however, much of our thinking is reactive, biased, uninformed and often prejudiced. More often than not, it is also haphazard and undisciplined. Critical thinking helps us balance our emotions, which in turn leads to good judgment and making informed, good decisions. TRUTH- Is Jesus the ONLY Truth? Or is it elitism, exclusionary. Or is it fundamentally different or ...
Essays (Francis Bacon) Mobile Desktop Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. Terms of use Privacy Go 1696 title page Essayes: Religious Meditations. Places of Perswasion and Disswasion. Seene and Allowed was the first published book by the philosopher, statesman and jurist Francis Bacon . The Essays are written in a wide range of styles, from the plain and unadorned to the epigrammatic. They cover topics drawn from both public and private life, and in each case the essays cover their topics systematically from a number of different angles, weighing one argument against another. A much-enlarged second edition appeared in 1612 with 38 essays. Another, under the title Essayes or Counsels, Civill and Morall , was published in 1625 with 58 essays. Translations into French and Italian appeared during Bacon's lifetime. [1] [2] Critical reception Though Bacon considered the Essays "but as recreation of my other studies", he was given high praise by his contemporaries, even to the point of ...
Very much enjoyed the 'Elizabeth I & her people' exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery with Bob today (the tickets were one of Bob's Xmas presents). My favourite was the portrait of a young and moody-looking John Donne. Also really liked the minature of an 18 year old Francis Bacon, its loveliness only enhanced by the fact that it was acquired through the 'Acceptance in Lieu' (inheritance tax) scheme. The child with his nurse, and the fete in Bermondsey were other highlights.
" I do not believe in God, I believe in Science " have you heard that before? Many people do not know that we have science of today, THANKS to people that believed in a higher power. Albert Einstein, J kepler, Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei, Edward Hubble, Earnst Haekel, Francis Bacon, Nicholas Copernicus, Robert Boyle. Major branches of science was founded by thiests. Even the smartest man today Christopher Langdon (IQ 230) believes its impossible for a non created universe. Charles Darwin IQ=135
Christopher Nolan on how Bacon's paintings inspired the Joker in 'The Dark Knight'. Christopher Nolan reveals how paintings by Francis Bacon inspired the Jok...
The late great Peter O'Toole counted Richard Burton, Richard Harris, Robert Shaw, Francis Bacon, Trevor Howard, Laurence Harvey and Peter Finch among his drinking companions. He was the last one to die.
The great British empiricist Francis Bacon once remarked that Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press “changed the whole face and state of the world.' Although Gutenberg did not independently devise the press, he invented a mass-production process of moveable type and concocted an oil-based ink which, w...
A new video series looks at how film directors are influenced by famous painters. We owe the Joker to Francis Bacon!
Daily Rituals: How Great Minds Make Time, Find Inspiration and Get to Work by Mason Currey How exactly do the finest artists and writers operate? This absorbing book reveals their working routines Daisy Goodwin Published: 8 December 2013 Comment (2) Print Creative spaces: Francis BaconCreative spaces: Francis Bacon (Sipa Press/REX) The French novelist Gustave Flaubert once said, “Be steady and well-ordered in your life so that you can be violent and original in your work.” Judging from the daily routines of the great artists collected by Mason Currey in this utterly fascinating compendium, unbridled creativity seems to flourish best when it is underpinned by the steady rhythm of unvarying diurnal repetition. But as his book reveals, while the fact of the daily routine may be uniform, the shape those routines take is anything but. It is 7am. Benjamin Franklin is having his daily air bath, where he sits naked inside or outside, depending on the season. John Cheever is nipping down to the pantry to pour ...
One of my favourite Francis Bacon paintings which no doubt inspired Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy for their...
After the success of his Francis Bacon and Judy Garland shows, Dickie Beau will next be channelling Kenneth Williams.
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"the art teacher who actively encouraged me to copy Monet, Cezanne and Francis Bacon paintings (I won a koestler)"
Breakfast at ..Royal Academy ! ..with special viewing of the French artist Honore Daumier and an eclectic collection of Australian painters. Daumier was described by Baudelaire as one of the most important men "in the whole of modern art" and his works have been owned and admired by artists such as Degas, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Picasso, Francis Bacon and Peter Doig.
Here's my excuse to go to Toronto this summer. Francis Bacon + Henry Moore show at the
Francis Bacon~ Never exaggerate your faults. Your friends will attend to that.
In taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy; but in passing it over, he is superior. -- Sir Francis Bacon
For what a man would like to be true,that he more readily believes~Francis Bacon
We cannot command Nature except by obeying her. More Francis Bacon Quotes:
Why should I be angry with a man, for loving himself better than me, Francis Bacon
I have taken all knowledge to by my province.Sir Francis Bacon -
A sudden bold and unexpected question doth many times surprise a man and lay him open, Sir Francis Bacon
Chiefly the mold of a man's fortune is in his own hands, Francis Bacon
A little philosophy inclineth man's mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men's minds about to religion. -Francis Bacon
The joys of parents are secret, and so are their grieves and fears, - Francis Bacon
Silence is the sleep that nourishes wisdom. . -Francis Bacon
A man must make his opportunity, as oft as find it, - Francis Bacon
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The correlative to loving our neighbors as ourselves is hating ourselves as we hate our neighbors, - Francis Bacon
Dolendi modus, timendi non item, (To suffering there is a limit; to fearing, none,) ~ Sir Francis Bacon, Of Seditions and Troubles
Atheism is rather in the lip than in the heart of man. -Bacon, Francis
Anger makes dull men witty, but it keeps them poor ~ Francis Bacon
What is truth? said jesting Pilate; and would not stay for an answer, - Francis Bacon
Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man ~ Sir Francis Bacon
If we do not maintain Justice, Justice will not maintain us ~ Francis Bacon
The joys of parent are secret, and so are their griefs and fears. Francis bacon
Reminiscent of Sir Francis & Cardinal campaign for a language vs
Old wood best to burn, old wine to drink, old friends to trust, and old authors to read –...
Discretion in speech is more than eloquence. -- Sir Francis Bacon
By far the best proof is experience. – Sir Francis Bacon |
It's time to stand up to the trolls, They are just bullies, And t parts are underground, Francis Bacon
Money is a great servant but a bad master. - Francis Bacon.
Wise men make more opportunities than they find. Author: Francis Bacon
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You don't need too many people to be happy just a few real ones who appdrowns things weighty and solid, - Francis Bacon
Important families are like potatoes, The best parts are underground, Francis Bacon
As the births of living creatures are at first ill-shapen, so are all innovations, which are the births of time, -Francis Bacon
This is certain, that a man that studieth revenge keeps his wounds green, which otherwise would heal and do well, - Francis Bacon
'Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience.'Francis Bacon. Start you j…
By far the best proof is experience, Francis Bacon
People have discovered that they can fool the devil; but they can't fool the neighbors, - Francis Bacon
Children sweeten labours, but they make misfortunes more bitter, - Francis Bacon
Choose the life that is most useful, and habit will make it the most agreeable, - Francis Bacon
The root of all superstition is that men observe when a thing hits, but not when it misses, - Francis Bacon
A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. –Francis Bacon
Fortitude is the marshal of thought, the armor of the will, and the fort of reason. ~Francis Bacon
Prosperity is not without many fears and distastes; adversity not without many comforts and hopes - Francis Bacon
Damien Hirst has taken his Francis Bacon (artist) admiration to the next level. What are your thoughts?
Holiday reading: Quotidiana is an online compendium of 383 public domain essays, from Mark Twain to Francis Bacon.
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And so begins Thanksgiving Week. I’m still in recoup mode from the weekend—at least a little bit, anyway—but awake and aware enough for a few observations. THE DEAL OF THE ART: According to “New York” magazine, the $142 million recently paid in an art sale for a Francis Bacon triptych surpasses, by $4 million, the entire annual budget for the National Endowment for the Arts. Priorities? LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET THAT *** OFF CONSERVATIVES: I just realized that two of the Rabid Right’s favorite punching bags both have “NEA” as their initials: the just-mentioned National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Education Association. Clearly, artists and educators are doing something right. BREAD—AND, ON THE ROADS, CIRCUSES: Local weather forecasts call for **what could be** light snow tomorrow morning, transitioning to a “wintry mix” and subsequently all rain. I’ll admit I get edgy at such forecasts, but then I don’t have to drive in whatever falls tomorrow. Have fun pirouetting wi ...
Francis Bacon was born on January 22, 1561 in London, England. Bacon served as attorney general and Lord Chancellor of England, resigning amid charges of corruption. His more valuable work was philosophical. Bacon took up Aristotelian ideas, arguing for an empirical, inductive approach, known as the scientific method, which is the foundation of modern scientific inquiry.
God Almighty first planted a garden. And indeed it is the purest of human pleasures. - Francis Bacon
The set of Hannibal has influence from Edward Hopper, Gerhard Richter and Francis Bacon!! No wonder I love this show so *** much.
Readying Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre found this quote from Francis Bacon "we often mislead ourselves by only remembering the times something worked, and forgetting those when it didn't." How amazingly true. Goldacre is talking here about medical trials but I can see it in all areas of our life.
A man who studieth revenge keeps his own wounds green, ~ Francis Bacon the marks of liberty, ~ Jose Rizal
A painting by Festus Iyayi artist Francis Bacon sold for $142,405,000 on Tu...
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Wondering how many times Francis Bacon heard "I like it, but it's too 'dark' for me to own it" in reference to ...
market heats back up with Miami Basel looming. Francis Bacon painting auctioned for more than $142 million
Francis Bacon talking about his paintings is 100x more frightening than his paintings
What happens when peeps have too much to throw around, awesome piece but come on ... I think.
Read this and then wonder how many lives could have been saved in the with $142.4 million.
Francis Bacon Painting Sells for $142M in NY, Sets World Record for Artwork Sold at Auction - ABC News (via
Francis Bacon painting sets auction world record, sells for whopping $142,000,000.
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A painting of bacon got $145m at auction? Oh, wait, a painting BY Francis Bacon !
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BREAKING: Francis Bacon painting sells for $142M in NY, sets world record for artwork sold at auction.
I will never understand art lovers - Francis Bacon painting sells for record $142.4 million in New York
Francis Bacon painting sells for record $142M: A triptych painting by Francis Bacon of his artistic rival Lucian...
Does time help ?1969 Francis Bacon series tops at $142M. A lad I met in Kenya-Re Kisumu, sell's his paintings at Kshs (1/2)
Francis Bacon painting sold from 142.4m in New York - video
Francis Bacon painting sells at auction for record $142.4 million, barely edging out the Dogs Playing Poker series.
Francis Bacon painting sells for record $142m
Buyer of $142.4m Francis Bacon at Christie's last night was NY dealer William Acquavella, thought to be on behalf of an u…
World auction records were set for 10 artists at the Christie's sale tonight, including Jeff Koons, Francis Bacon and more.
I agree but at least it was a Francis Bacon
Bacon Triptych Makes $142.4 M. at Christie's, Record for Art at Auction: WOW. . via
A picture is worth a thousand words, and one particular picture is also worth $142.4 million.
A 1969 Francis Bacon triptych (of painter Lucian Freud) is the most expensive auction painting ever. $142.4.M
Francis Bacon triptych of paintings of fellow painter Lucian Freud smashed record at $142 mln.
Breaking News: ‘Three Studies of Lucian Freud,’ by Francis Bacon, Is Sold at Christie’s for $142.4 Million.
Francis Bacon of Lucian Freud --- At $142.4 Million, Triptych Is Most Expensive Artwork Ever Sold at an Auction -
Francis Bacon's Three Studies of Lucian Freud realized $142,405,000 a for Any Work of Art
Francis Bacon triptych smashes art auction record - Three Studies of Lucian Freud sold for $142m after being given...
Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies of Lucian Freud' is sold for $142.4 million at Christie's. (fixes typo)
Francis Bacon Work Sells for $142.4 Million - Francis Bacon's Three Studies of Lucian Freud just became the most e...
Francis Bacon has set a new record with the sale at auction of his "Three Studies of Lucian Freud" Tripytch at a staggering $152.6 million.
2 more airports reopen in Philippines, allowing for additional aid flights to area stricken by typhoon Haiyan - PM Abbott Tony Abbott introduces legislation to repeal carbon tax - executes Jamie McCoskey for 1991 Houston abduction, slaying, rape - in British Columbia confirm the body of one man has been found on Skeena River; still searching for two other missing boaters. - clears way for tighter rules on compounding pharmacies; bill expected to reach president this week - New York firefighters are responding to 4-alarm fire in Queens - Beckham visits Miami to explore sites for possible MLS expansion team - House Chief Technology Officer Todd Park set to testify to House Oversight Committee about on Wednesday - Verizon waive fees for calls, texts to Philippines - Applause for Ryan Ferguson after he is released from prison after judge overturns his murder conviction - Studies of Lucian Freud,' by Francis Bacon, is sold at Christie's for $142.4 million - to pay Kraft Foods $2.76 billion after ...
Sold for $142,405,000. Francis Bacon & Lucian Freud...2 of the most amazing painters along with Gerhard my opinion.
So... Francis Bacon's "Lucian Freud" just knocked "The Scream" by Munch off it's 8th place in the world's highest prices for publicly sold paintings at $127 Mil.
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Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.-Francis Bacon, Sr. Plz RT
Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly. ~Francis Bacon
Henry Moore and Francis Bacon at Art Gallery of Ontario. I can't wait.
Francis Bacon and Henry Moore show slated for the AGO next spring via
AGO to get big Francis Bacon exhibit in spring 2014. neat.
Young men are fitter to invent than to judge. -Francis Bacon.
He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils for time is the greatest innovator. ~Francis Bacon
A prudent questin is one half of wisdom. Francis Bacon;
Quotes:. Knowledge and human power are synonymous, since the ignorance of the cause frustrates the effect. ~Francis Bacon~
Part of The South Bank Show series, David Hinton directs this documentary about British painter Francis Bacon
Fortune is like the market, where, many times, if you can stay a little, the price will fall. - Francis Bacon
He that hath knowledge spareth his words. - Francis Bacon
Big news! Next year, more than 60 works by Francis Bacon and Henry Moore are coming to the AGO - Art Gallery of...
Totes copied some Francis Bacon paintings for these photos but whatevs
Happy Birthday Francis Bacon, born on this day 1909
I was walking around, looking at Francis Bacon's work with a lump in my throat. It was so incredible what his work can make you feel
"If a man begins with certainties, he'll end in doubts; but if he's content to begin with doubts, he'll end in certainties" (Francis Bacon)
Francis Bacon and Henry Moore coming to the
Francis Bacon~ Nothing is more damaging to a state than that cunning men pass for wise.
David Hockney following (1)..Francis Bacon (RIP)!...but I get the symbolism.I had the honour in the 80's lovely man (F.B) liked nivea x
Next to religion, let your care be to promote justice. - Francis Bacon
That $85 million man, Francis Bacon being installed
Francis Bacon never tired of contrasting hot and cool article.
It is a strange desire, to seek and lose liberty, or to seek power over others and to lose power over a man's self. ~Francis Bacon
AGO to bring giants of British art Francis Bacon and Henry Moore together for major exhibition this spring
Coming to us next April: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore! Learn about the exhibition here:
Man seeketh in society comfort, use and protection. . Sir Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626), The Advancement of Learning, 1605
"In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present." -Francis Bacon
As Christie’s preps to sell off Francis Bacon's "Three Studies of Lucian Freud" for a possible record price of $100 million, it may be a good time to bone up on your talking points for both of thes...
LONDON -- LONDON (AP) — A painting that brings together two of Britain's greatest artists could become one of the most expensive modern artworks ever sold when it is auctioned in New York next month. Christie's auction house says Francis Bacon's "Three Studies of Lucian Freud" could sell for as much...
Christie's announced the rare Francis Bacon triptych Three Studies of Lucian Freud, 1969 to be listed during their November 12th Post War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale
It is a mathematical fact that fifty percent of all doctors graduate in the bottom half of their class. ~Author Unknown If two wrongs don't make a right, try three. ~Author Unknown Arithmetic is where numbers fly like pigeons in and out of your head. ~Carl Sandburg, "Arithmetic" Arithmetic is numbers you squeeze from your head to your hand to your pencil to your paper till you get the answer. ~Carl Sandburg, "Arithmetic" If equations are trains threading the landscape of numbers, then no train stops at pi. ~Richard Preston Even stranger things have happened; and perhaps the strangest of all is the marvel that mathematics should be possible to a race akin to the apes. ~Eric T. Bell, The Development of Mathematics So if a man's wit be wandering, let him study the mathematics; for in demonstrations, if his wit be called away never so little, he must begin again. ~Francis Bacon, "Of Studies"
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The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery. Francis Bacon
Truth comes out of error more easily than out of confusion. ~Francis Bacon
It’s better to just quietly miss someone rather than let them know and j the unlearned to be magical ~ Francis Bacon
If we are to achieve results never before accomplished, we must expect to employ methods never before attempted. - Francis Bacon
Sir Francis Bacon once said: "Knowledge is power". He was right - Data gives us knowledge and then creates the power!!
New exhibit on Francis Bacon in the Rare Book Room: I am happy to announce a new exhibit, Francis Bacon: Of La...
Whoever is out of patience is out of reason. -Sir Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon. Age of entlightment.. scary paintings..
And he that will not apply New Remedies, must expect New Evils. For Time is the greatest Innovator. -Francis Bacon
Kagawa has scored for Japan v Uruguay, They are losing 4-1,,,le dinner; and all eaten in nag free bliss, ~ Francis Bacon
.It is not mine, but Francis Bacon's.
Pretty sure my old flat mates kept taking down my Francis Bacon lithograph because they found it offensive. I felt so alienated.
A bad man is worse when he pretends to be a saint. - Francis Bacon
Human power and human knowledge meet in one. ~ Francis Bacon
A prudent question is one-half of wisdom, - Francis Bacon to walk through darkness and still be light,
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"Read not to contradict nor to believe, but to weigh and consider." - Sir Francis Bacon
Friend: "Is the door locked?" You: "No,,, I'm just standing out here for the fun of it,"ol the neighbors, - Francis Bacon
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Quote of the Day: "it is impossible to love and to be wise." Francis Bacon © 2013
“Words are but the images of matter, to fall in love with them is to fall in love with a picture.”. -Francis Bacon .
'The repetitive occurrence of an incident does not guarantee that the same thing will happen again' - Francis Bacon
"...Those who represent an ideal beyond the comprehension of the masses must face the persecution of the unthinking multitude who are without that divine idealism which inspires progress and those rational faculties which unerringly sift truth from falsehood. The lot of the Initiate-Teacher is therefore almost invariably an unhappy one. Pythagoras, crucified and his university burned; Hypatia, torn from her chariot and rended limb from limb; Jacques de Molay, whose memory survives the consuming flame; Savonarola, burned in the square of Florence; Galileo, forced to recant upon bended knee; Giordano Bruno, burned by the Inquisition; Roger Bacon, compelled to carry on his experiments in the secrecy of his cell and leave his knowledge hidden under cipher; Dante Alighieri, dying in exile from his beloved city; Francis Bacon, patient. under the burden of persecution; Cagliostro, the most vilified man of modern times—all this illustrious line bear unending witness of man’s inhumanity to man. The world has e ...
I actually don't know if I'm perfectly happy or perfectly sad. I'm something out of a Francis Bacon painting.
Philosophy when superficially studied, excites doubt, when thoroughly explored, it dispels it. - Francis Bacon
Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with variety, - Francis Bacon
There is no comparison between that which is lost by not succeeding and that lost by not trying. - Francis Bacon.
Francis Bacon, The Painter; John Edwards, My Friend mystery man of the 20th century art world.
DROP THAT REVENGE PLAN! Roms 12: 19 reads "Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves... For it is written vengeace is mine; I will repay, says the LORD." NB:VENGEANCE IS MINE! This to say vengeance makes u to impersonate and steal what belongs to God. Which provokes Him to fight you! Little worder Francis Bacon noted: "A MAN THAT STUDIETH REVENGE KEEPS HIS OWN WOUNDS GREEN." According to Frank Sinatra: "the best revenge is massive success, I pray frm this day we share resist the satanic trap of biterness that CANCELS OUR PRAYERS! LET GO AND LET GOD! Peace!.
"A man o woman that studieth revenge keeps his/her onw wounds fresh." by Francis Bacon. Then Frank sinatra said:"the best reveng s massive succuess." this s my words of courage nd am given it to u all as my gudmornin.
"The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame (spine), in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease." ~Thomas Edison "Our body is a machine for living. It is organized for that, it is its nature. Let life go on in it unhindered (subluxation) and let it defend itself, it will do more than if you paralyze it by encumbering it with remedies." ~Leo Tolstoy "A healthy body is the guest-chamber of the soul; a sick, its prison." ~Francis Bacon "The nervous system controls and coordinates all of the organs and structures of the human body." ~Grays Anatomy, pg 4 "The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while Nature cures the disease." ~Voltaire "A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable possession." ~Hippocrates "Bodybuilders and fitness people have been using, very extensively, chiropractors in order to stay healthy and fit. Whenever I had a little problem with my body, I always ran to one of my dear friends [Fr . ...
Saul Goodman reminds me of Levy, The lawyer from The Wire?ved only for God and angels to be lookers on, - Francis Bacon
And so another excellent day out in the big smoke :-). It all started out well when Sam and I made our way to Crystal Palace station just up the road and hopped on a train to Victoria. All going well till we got to Streatham Hill a few stops on, and the train stopped, and stayed put. Someone at Clapham Junction a couple of stops away had decided to throw him/herself under a train, and was killed, most fatally, according to our train driver. Poor soul :-(. So we jumped on a bus to lovely old Brixton, (did I just say lovely old Brixton ?, surely you jest Brian, yeah I jest), then the Underground to Victoria, and on to Sloane Square, and the Plus One Gallery. Man, have they got some works of art stacked up in the basement below or what !!! After that, a short walk back to the Saatchi Gallery, and some rather interesting "paper art". From there we headed to Pimlico and the Tate Britain for some John Constable, David Hockney, Francis Bacon, L S Lowery, (one of my all time faves), and various other famous artis ...
My answer to Who was more important in the scientific revolution; Francis Bacon or Galileo Galilei?
I wonder what Francis Bacon's Bacon number is...
In Pictures - Henry Moore and Francis Bacon at the Ashmolean via
J Jones on why showing Francis Bacon alongside Henry Moore is "a cruel, one-sided brawl"
What similarities do you see in the works of Francis Bacon & Henry Moore? New show investigates
Sharing: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore pair up in Oxford – the week in art
Interesting article discussing the pairing of Francis Bacon & Henry Moore work in this new show
"Also, here is a photo of Cam Atkinson holding a pig (Francis Bacon)."
Ahhh ... new followers ... an Angel Investor ... and a strange artist... any Francis Bacon-like content in your collection?
Six degrees of Francis Bacon. Tracing the influence & ideas of Bacon, Shakespeare, Isaac Newton:
To return to Francis Bacon, he once opined, “They are ill discoverers that think there is no land, when they can see nothing but sea.”[1] Believers would offer advice to Atheists and Agnostics alike that God exists, whether seen or not, whether desired or not, whether considered proven or not. Argument to the contrary is just a distraction from a reality which will unfold as undeniable truth on a future day of joy for some, deep regret and horror for others. A great many people need not await the Day of Judgement to entertain such a conclusion, for all people faced with insurmountable trials find themselves drawn to belief, for when faced with desperate circumstances, Who else do people instinctively call upon other than God? Although few make good on the promises of fidelity made at such moments of desperate appeal, the evidence of the oath remains long after the promises to God are cast aside to lie neglected in the gutters of the memory. Can anybody help the insincere? Very likely not. The con ...
Francis Bacon: five decades: lectures, forums and symposia by Art Gallery of New South Wales
Why Edward Snowden's Leaks Have Empowered All of Us Edward Snowden has to some degree fragmented and dispersed the concentrated power of capital and the state. July 2, 2013 | If the expression knowledge is power - attributed to the English Renaissance philosopher Francis Bacon - is true, then it implies, among other things, that its opposite is also true. That is, if knowledge is power, then the lack of knowledge, or ignorance, amounts to a lack of, or exclusion from, power. As such, removing, obscuring, or hiding knowledge - in a word, secrecy - not only creates power, it produces powerlessness, weakness, and vulnerability as well. Indeed, as Elias Canetti phrased it in his Crowds and Power: "Secrecy lies at the very core of power." As the state, then, acquires ever more knowledge/power through such programs as PRISM, 'the people' in general - in spite of the State's dubious claims of enhancing security and safety - are only further weakened, put into an ever more vulnerable, precarious position. In add ...
Dear Mr. Palmer My name is Alec Cornelissen, i am from the British School of Manila, and i was wondering if i could use some of your art works for my extended essay, along with the art works of Gerhard Richter, Francis Bacon, and Zhang Haiying. In the essay i am going to discuss how the use of blur in paintings brings out different sort of thoughts and emotions to the audiences. i am very interested in "Memories of Arusha" and would love to discuss it. Is it possible if you could tell me the intent of painting "Memories of Arusha" the way it is painted. Why the dripping paint? Thank you sir.
A Time When My Writing Meant Something More...   In a message dated 5/28/02 12:31:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time Carlawrote to me and I responded... Below is our exchange:   You wrote:   “Education today is based on insane and false paradigms and how we arrived here goes back to Francis Bacon, Jesuit, intellectuality and Jan Amos Comenius.”   But somewhere there must be an "outline" or model for learning, no? In reading the url you sent it seems that the "ideals" of learning through experience and with self discipline do not, to me, seem like a model of education today.  If we are speaking of consciousness here, and not education, per se, I am interested in what everyone thinks of time collapsing.   Time is actually speeding up (or collapsing). For thousands of years the Schumann Resonance or pulse (heartbeat) of Earth has been 7.83 cycles per second, The military have used this as a very reliable reference. However, since 1980 this resonance has been slowly rising. It is now over 12 cycles per sec ...
Consider: The title of "Shakespeare's" most famous play is Hamlet. HAM-let. What is ham? A pork product. What is -let? A diminutive suffix. What are they together? A diminutive pork product. What is a diminutive pork product? Bacon! Francis Bacon! There exists no stronger proof than this that that the learned Sir Francis Bacon--and not the Yokel of Stratford known as Will, a mere jobbing actor--wrote The Great Plays. (By George: I think that I am almost ready to publish the monograph that will, at last, make my scholarly career.)
LUSUS NATURAE "Nature can be commanded only by obeying it." Francis Bacon 'Novum Organum' between the mourning and all the loving were so many nights .. always nights .. i don't remember the days though there were some .. i filled them as though they were nights or was it days .. i don't remember .. i dreamt your head on the pillow next mine i talked to you as though you were mine still in time you would be again i thought mine and i wanted your breath as you wanted mine every word ending an amen every beginning herald to another day spent waking with you 1 - 7- 13
A not to miss event on Friday 19th July at 8.30 pm at Salon Bohemia Bookings on 01843-863-033 Sophie Parkin lifts the lid on one of London’s most renowned Arts clubs Sophie Parkin’s recent publication, The Colony Room Club 1948-2008 – A History of Bohemian Soho, is about the naughtiness around Soho and St. Giles. The Colony Room Club was a club like no other, it was a hub of bohemia in post-war London, and included notable patrons from the worlds of music, theatre, art, literature, comedy and poetry (to list but a few!) At Salon Bohemia, Sophie’s hilarious talk and slideshow will feature stories and pictures from the book, as well as extras that did not quite make the final edit! She’ll be telling stories about Soho’s bohemian denizens, from Victor Spinetti and Vivienne Leigh to Kenneth Anger and Tynan, to George Melly; not to mention the connection with Pere UBU, Francis Bacon, Tracey Emin, the Bernard Brothers and other sacred monsters. Sophie will be signing copies aft ...
TIME TIME TIME: WHAT IS TIME? Let find out some definitions. By well know people. Time is the image of eternity. - plato Time is money. - frank Dana Time is life.- Alen lakein Time is nothing more (or less) than a way of measuring out that life.- marshall J. Cook. Time is at once the most valuable and the most perishable of all our possessions.- john Randolph. Time is the greatest Innovator... The author of authors. Francis Bacon. Time is the currency of the twenty-first century.- Brian tracy. Time never takes time off.- st. Augustine of Hippo. Time is your gift from God.- mike murdock. The difference between the rich and the poorest of the poor is in their ATTITUDES toward the USE of TIME and their actual use of it.- petsoba
We lost our friend Roger Brace on Friday morning. He'd fought a ferocious battle against cancer for twenty years, taking it on as a mortal enemy and fighting it like a Tasmanian devil. Over the years his treatment had virtually wiped out his immune system which resulted in almost every infection he'd suffered turning to septicemia. This condition hospitalized him over 60 times, a number he'd been told was a European record, and every time he'd spat in its eye, picked himself up , and come back for another round, boosted by a regular supply of red wine and golden virginia rollies An artist almost all his adult life as a young man he exhibited alongside Francis Bacon and continued to create his unique work, painting almost 'till the end. Single minded, opinionated, sometimes angry, often funny and a wonderful teller of tales, immensely brave and never one for self pity, he leaves a ragged hole with his passing. RIP mate, you well deserve your rest. Sympathy to Fran, his daughters and grandson for ...
"Who taught the raven, in a drought, to throw pebbles into a hollow tree, where she espied water, that the water might rise so as she might come to it? Who taught the bee to sail through such a vast sea of air, and to find the way from a flower in a field to her hive? Who taught the ant to bite every grain of corn that she burieth in her hill, lest it should take root and grow?" ~ Francis Bacon
I live only where there is love, life without love is death (Gandhi) In the life of every human tragedies .. First when love is missing, and the second when he finds (Bernard Shaw) Love is something you say you know about by increased happiness (Oscar Wilde) It's hard to be loved .. And a reasonable one at a time (Francis Bacon) Could create a love of the wisest men mad, mad and sane great (Gustave Le Bon) In love as in war .. Woe to the losers (Etienne-ray) In love is only one law: to give happiness to those who love .. (Stendhal) For a recent one in يحياها life without heart or good in the heart of the batters without Love (Manfalouty) Love should fill our lives .. It is the driving spirit of the human being to work and creativity, innovation and advancing civilization forward .. If zero, This spirit of life lost its importance . (Mohammed Timor) Love story to end .. The essence of love is like the essence of existence .. The death of love in the land ends The world . (Tawfiq al-Hakim) Death, love ...
"Does the Bible say that an increase in technology is a sign of the end times?" Answer: Many people over the years have proposed that there would be an increase in technology as the end times approach. Among those espousing this view were renowned scientists Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon. On the frontispiece of Bacon's Instauratio Magna, ships of learning were depicted passing by the limits of human knowledge, with a quote in Latin from Daniel 12:4. In more recent times, this belief has been supported in books like Future Shock by Alvin Toffler and The Bible Code by Michael Drosnin. In Future Shock, first published in 1970, Toffler described the results of the rapid advancement of technology he had observed in the 1950s and 1960s. As technology brought ever faster changes in society, certain people were left on the sidelines, unable to cope with the speed of change. That stress and disorientation in people was dubbed “future shock.” Toffler did not attempt to use the Bible in his work, but the concep ...
No Such Thing As Easy Faith: "Faith simply means obeying God’s will in spite of feelings, circumstances, or consequences. To walk by faith means to see opportunities even in the midst of opposition; looking at them from the divine point of view. There never was an easy place to serve God; and if there is an easy place, it is possible that something is wrong." Wiersbe (1996) “All who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution” - Paul the Apostle “Prosperity is the blessing of the Old Testament, adversity is the blessing of the New” - Francis Bacon
SOME CONTROVERSIAL CHAT-QUOTES written by John Kuhles (ExomatrixTV) in Forum & Youtube discussions! ~it is not a "religion" if we allow ourselves to consider SOME of it as useful for our own journey of discoveries & research ... there is NO need to join anything, unless you can not think for yourself and seek a "group" or a cult or a religion whatever ... any hierarchical system is doomed to be hijacked by corrupt people that LAUGH at you that you feel the need to join organized religions or science or atheist or zeitgeisters or "new agers"" or UFO-cults etc. Alan Watts on 'How We Got The Bible': Would Jesus NOT Do ... [Satire!]: (Christians using Mason Rituals) "Witness of Jehovah" (Christians using Rosicrucian & Knights Templar Symbols in their 1st Watch Tower Publication - Francis Bacon (member of several Secret Societies) connected to King James Bible! - The Catholic Church full of Pagan Symbolisms Not to mention protecting giant pedophile priest network worldwide! If you follow the "guilty by associa ...
John Locke 29 August 1632 – 28 October 1704), widely known as the Father of Classical Liberalism, was an English philosopher and physician regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers. Considered one of the first of the British empiricists, following the tradition of Francis Bacon, he is equally important to social contract theory. His work had a great impact upon the development of epistemology and political philosophy. His writings influenced Voltaire and Rousseau, many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, as well as the American revolutionaries. His contributions to classical republicanism and liberal theory are reflected in the United States Declaration of Independence. Locke's theory of mind is often cited as the origin of modern conceptions of identity and the self, figuring prominently in the work of later philosophers such as Hume, Rousseau and Kant. Locke was the first to define the self through a continuity of consciousness. He postulated that the mind was a blank slate or ta ...
Augustan literature (1700–1750) During the 18th century literature reflected the worldview of the Age of Enlightenment (or Age of Reason): a rational and scientific approach to religious, social, political, and economic issues that promoted a secular view of the world and a general sense of progress and perfectibility. Led by the philosophers who were inspired by the discoveries of the previous century by people like Isaac Newton and the writings of Descartes, John Locke and Francis Bacon. They sought to discover and to act upon universally valid principles governing humanity, nature, and society. They variously attacked spiritual and scientific authority, dogmatism, intolerance, censorship, and economic and social restraints. They considered the state the proper and rational instrument of progress. The extreme rationalism and skepticism of the age led naturally to deism; the same qualities played a part in bringing the later reaction of romanticism. The Encyclopédie of Denis Diderot epitomized the spi ...
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