'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

Inspiration for a modern quilt 'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

Seeking Beauty - Duncan Grant - This I believe is one of his most successful pieces. The Bloomsbury Group were very interested in interior setups.

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ garden and still life flower paintings - Duncan Grant

A home to the chic bohemians, who resided in it in from circa 1905 - 1955: Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf), Clive Bell (Vanessa's husband), and Duncan Grant (Vanessa's lover).

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

Duncan Grant - Flowers Against Chintz, 1956

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ garden and still life flower paintings - Duncan Grant

'Woman Sewing', 1916 - Duncan Grant

'Woman Sewing' by Duncan Grant, 1916 (The woman pictured is the artist's mother, Ethel Grant, who often made up the tapestries designed by her son)

Interior of 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.

Charleston,Vanessa Bell's Bloomsbury home

Detail of Charleston farmhouse in Sussex, UK. Home to the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant of the Bloomsbury Group

Bloomsbury

Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell close-up view of one of the pulpit paintings at Berwick Church.

Charleston

Art in Fashion: Burberry's Bloomsbury Girls

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

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