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In the scene where the Joker and his gang are vandalizing the artworks in the museum, the Joker's right-hand goon is about to slash one painting with his knife when Joker stops him and says "I kind of like this one, Bob-leave it."

What painting did the Joker order his cronies not to harm? Does anyone know?


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> In the scene where the Joker and his gang are vandalizing the artworks in the museum, the Joker's right-hand goon is about to slash one painting with his knife when Joker stops him and says "I kind of like this one, Bob-leave it."
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> What painting did the Joker order his cronies not to harm? Does anyone know?

According to http://personal1.stthomas.edu/cdeliason/ahgttm7contemp.htm

The Joker stops one of his goons from slashing the Francis Bacon painting called either Figure with Meat or Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef which is a warped version of Velasquez's portrait of Pope Innocent X. The Joker says: "I kind of like this one, Bob. Leave it."



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> According to http://personal1.stthomas.edu/cdeliason/ahgttm7contemp.htm
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> The Joker stops one of his goons from slashing the Francis Bacon painting called either Figure with Meat or Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef which is a warped version of Velasquez's portrait of Pope Innocent X. The Joker says: "I kind of like this one, Bob. Leave it."
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Gross. The Joker probably would have enjoyed the works of Francisco Goya or Edvard Munch, too.


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I was gonna answer this question but a previous answer was really good. The painting was by Francis Bacon, a famous UK artist. That was one of my favorite scenes, thanx for reminding me, ha ha.


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