Duncan Grant textile design Duncan Grant originally designed the Queen Mary fabric for the first class lounge, but unfortunately it was never used. The Queen Mary is suitable for Upholstery and Drapery

Vanessa Bell's room at Charleston

focus-damnit: Interior of Charleston, painted by the Bloomsbury group members Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant from our 2010 feature on artist Cressida Bell.

Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and Adrian Stephen with the family dog in 1892

Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell & Adrian Stephen with the family dog in 1892

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Earthenware bowl made by Quentin Bell Decorated by Duncan Grant Diameter Height One of Duncan Grant’s long-lived interests.

Clive Bell's study door. The top panel of the door was painted by Duncan Grant around 1917 and the bottom panel of the door, also painted by Grant, in 1958- replaced a damaged earlier work.

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

Grapes, furnishing fabric | Designed by Duncan Grant (1885-1978) for Allan Wallton Textiles | Printed linen | London, England, 1932 | Furnishing fabric of printed linen with grey and white vines, leaves and flowers on a bright yellow ground | VA Museum, London


Furnishing fabric Place of origin: London (made) Date: 1932 (made) Artist/Maker: Grant, Duncan, born 1885 - died 1978 (designer) Allan Walton Textiles (maker) Materials and Techniques: Printed linen

* Plate, Duncan Grant


Plate of porcelain with a cream glaze and painted with enamels, designed by Duncan Grant, made by E.


Great piece on Charleston House, Sussex, where the Bloomsbury group met. Vanessa Bell (Virginia Wolf's sister) and her lover painted the interior.