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.

Charleston House, London  this just makes me happy looking at it

The Charleston House

The Charleston House. Hand-painted screens, doors and fireplaces, hand-embroidered cushions.

'Vanessa Bell', c.1960 by Duncan Grant. The last portrait Duncan painted of Vanessa. After her death in 1961, Grant wrote to his friend Raymond Mortimer: "It's a very good thing I have such a long period of happiness to look back to, but I dread the emptiness ahead."

'Vanessa Bell', by Duncan Grant. The last portrait Duncan painted of Vanessa. After her death in Grant wrote to his friend Raymond Mortimer: "It's a very good thing I have such a long period of happiness to look back to, but I dread the emptiness ahead.

ROGER ELIOT FRY (1866-1934) Self portrait, the artist w : Lot 316

Roger Fry (British, Self-portrait, the artist wearing a dressing gown and holding a paint brush in his left hand, Oil on canvas, 21 x 17 in.

Duncan Grant in Charleston dining room 1964 eating from a dinner service designed by him for Clarice Cliff in 1934.

blauwebeker: “ Duncan Grant in Charleston dining room 1964 eating from a dinner service designed by him for Clarice Cliff in Charleston was the home and country meeting place for the writers,.

Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's address book © Tate Britain Archive persephone post

Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's painted address book © Tate Britain Archive persephone post

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