Francis Bacon: Shadows, a sequel to Inside Francis Bacon, features six essays offering fresh perspectives on Bacon's art. Martin Harrison shares unseen photographs, Christopher Bucklow contrasts Bacon's art with modern trends, and Amanda Harrison delves into esoteric themes. Stefan Haus considers philosophical influences, and Hugh Davies reveals Bacon's unexpurgated 1973 diaries. Sophie Pretorius explores the Tate’s Barry Joule Archive, while Martin Harrison unveils Bacon’s Lost Paintings. The book, with 120 color illustrations, impressively fulfills its aim to rethink Bacon's art.