Vanessa Bell The Artist's Daughter

Duncan Grant: Interior with the artist’s daughter, Scottish, Camden Town Group Painter

The Many (Portrait) Faces of Virginia Woolf

The Many (Portrait) Faces of Virginia Woolf

“ Virginia Woolf Vanessa Bell (English, Oil on panel. National Trust, Monk’s House. Nestled in the heart of rural Sussex, Monk’s House is a tranquil.

Vanessa Bell. Artist, member of Bloomsbury, sister of Virginia Woolf.

A young Vanessa Bell. Artist, member of Bloomsbury, sister of Virginia Woolf.

Vanessa Bell Cupboard door at Charleston House in Brighton. OK so not a front door but undeniably funky and it was Vanessa Bell's door.

Vanessa Bell bedroom cupboard Vanessa Bell's bedroom Tall cupboard decorated by Vanessa Bell in It originally contained a foldaway bed. © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penny Fewster

Vanessa Bell (1932)  "A Girl Reading" A member of the Bloomsbury group

A Girl Reading Vanessa Bell (English, Oil on canvas. Bell was a painter and interior designer who established her reputation as part of the avant-garde Bloomsbury.

Vanessa Bell seated on a 'Prie-Dieu' chair designed by Duncan Grant, outside the studio at Charleston farmhouse circa 1922-24

The Bloomsbury Group. Vanessa Bell seated on a 'Prie-Dieu' chair designed by Duncan Grant, outside the studio at Charleston farmhouse circa Hesper Fox Bloomsbury Collection .

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