I thought this was known stuff, but since you insist, Iet's see it.
The red image that decorates the Sisters 1982, 7" single "Body Electric/Adrenochrome" is a
monochromatic image of a Francis Bacon painting.
This art piece is entitled "Head VI" and was painted by the great Irish-born British existentialist artist in 1948. It is a part of a series named "Heads in a room" and it is a grotesque pictorial comment on Velazquez's portrait of Pope Innocent X made in 1644.
That's it. Interesting...
Stories within stories...
Art was a serious reference point for many traditional goth bands artwork.