Virginia Woolf book covers illustrated by her sister, Vanessa Bell

Virginia Woolf book covers illustrated by her sister, Vanessa Bell. Imperative to read Virginia Woolf

A door inside Charleston the home and country meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. Painted by Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf's sister.  http://www.etsy.com/shop/Colorbloom

Charleston: the Bloomsbury Group's retreat in pictures

Inside Charleston House, home to the Bloomsbury Group artists; Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Sussex

If you have not read any of her gardening books, you are missing something, even if you are not a gardener.

Front Free Endpaper: A Couple of Dust Jackets. This is an author Susan Branch refers to in her wonderful journey/diary of her trip through England with her beloved husband, Joe.

Virginia Woolf, Lytton Strachey, Letters. The Hogarth Press, 1956. Jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.

Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey - Letters. Leonard Woolf & James Strachey (Eds). The Hogarth Press with Chatto and Windus, London, First edition. Original dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.

Virginia Woolf. If Virginia was a man she would be classed in the ranks of Joyce, Elliot and ford. She is known as a great writer but she is one of the best. I put her up there with the greatest.

The Greatest Books of All Time, As Voted by 125 Famous Authors

To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf Books that challenge you are great exercises for your brain. Woolf’s difficult 1927 novel is a demanding reading experience, but a slow examination of it pays off in dividends.

all I can think of is the Beastie Boys // VIRGINIA WOOLF. On Being Ill. 1930.  Jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.

On Being Ill, V. Woolf This essay appeared in T. Eliot's The Criterion in The essay seeks to establish illness as a serious subject of literature along the lines of love, jealousy and battle.

Original drawing for the jacket of A Writer's Diary, by Vanessa Bell; it contained Leonard Woolf's extracts from Virginia Woolf's diary between 1919 and her death, and was published in 1953.

Virginia Woolf Vanessa Bell Cover A Writer's Diary Notebook

Vanessa Bell Stripe by Vanessa Bell (1930) Greeting card from the Warner Textile Archive

Vanessa Bell designed fabric for the Omega Workshops from about 1913 to Bell in a similar stripe with another Omega print.

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