COPYRIGHT LICENSING AND IMAGE HIRE
The Estate of Francis Bacon holds the copyright of almost all* artworks by Francis Bacon, regardless of who owns the physical work.
If you wish to reproduce an image of any artwork by Francis Bacon in any format please contact the licensing team at DACS (email@example.com). Please make sure to provide them with full details of use (print run, territories, sizes of images, languages, etc.) as well as a layout for approval.
DACS are able to supply high-resolution images from The Estate of Francis Bacon image bank through their Artimage service.
* THE ONLY WORKS BY FRANCIS BACON FOR WHICH OTHER PARTIES HOLD THE COPYRIGHT ARE:
Figure in a Landscape, 1945 (Tate)
Dog, 1952 (Tate)
Study of a Portrait of a Man, 1969 (Johannesburg Art Gallery)
The Estate of Francis Bacon owns the registered trademarks of both the name 'Francis Bacon' and the image of Francis Bacon's signature, across various territories including the European Union and the United States of America.
No goods or service offerings bearing the name 'Francis Bacon' or his signature may be made without permission from The Estate of Francis Bacon. For enquiries relating to these trademarks please email firstname.lastname@example.org.