Several Francis Bacon works including nine paintings are currently on display in LA, as part of the J. Paul Getty Museum's Getty Center exhibition 'London Calling: Bacon Freud, Kossoff, Andrews, Auerbach, and Kitaj'. The show features artists of the "School of London" who during postwar Britain rejected contemporary art's preoccupation with abstraction and conceptualism in favour of the human figure and everyday landscape. Tate London's collection provides a number of the works on display from six leading artists who revolutionised and reinvigorated figurative painting in the later 20th century: Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Leon Kossoff, Michael Andrews, Frank Auerbach, and R.B. Kitaj. The Francis Bacon works on display in this show include: Reclining Woman 1961, Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne 1966, Study for Portrait II (after the Life Mask of William Blake) 1955, Study for Head of Lucian Freud 1967, Portrait of George Dyer Riding a Bicycle 1966, Figure with Meat 1954, Figure in a Landscape 1945, Figures in a Garden c.1936, Triptych August 1972 and numerous oil on paper sketches. A full list of displayed works can be viewed here. For more information visit the J. Paul Getty Museum website, which has also made a mobile audio tour available, inviting listeners to 'join Getty Director Timothy Potts and other experts as they explore how the "School of London" forged a new path when abstraction dominated the art world.' The presentation of this exhibition is a collaboration between Tate and the J. Paul Getty Museum. It is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities. 'London Calling: Bacon Freud, Kossoff, Andrews, Auerbach, and Kitaj'. 26 July - 13 November 2016 J. Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Center, LA Word ref: J. Paul Getty Museum website *Please note all details including featured works, display/exhibition dates and hours are subject to change, and tickets are subject to availability and access, for all confirmation please contact the Getty Museum, the Getty Center, LA.