Virginia Woolf's bedroom. The pale green was a favourite colour. ©NTPL/Eric Crichton

Woolf's bedroom at Monk's House; Virginia and Leonard bought Monk’s House in 1919 for 700 pounds. It was ‘an unpretending house’ as Virginia called it, and she liked it that way.

Photo of Angelica Bell, daughter of Vanessa Bell and niece of Virginia Woolf, in costume as the Russian Princess from Woolf’s novel Orlando. (Tate Archive)

Angelica Bell, daughter of Vanessa Bell and niece of Virginia Woolf, in costume as the Russian Princess from Woolf’s novel Orlando.

Angelica Garnett (last surviving member of the Bloomsbury group) held by her father Duncan Grant (left) and brother Quentin Bell (right).

Angelica Garnett (last surviving member of the Bloomsbury group) held by her father Duncan Grant (left) and brother Quentin Bell (right).

Angelica Bell and Virginia Woolf, niece and aunt

Virginia Woolf and Angelica Garnett, 1932 Virginia Woolf was one of the most famous members of the Bloomsbury Group. Angelica Garnett was her neice (see below). Portait Photographs by Lettice Ramsey

Angelica Bell Garnett as a child as the Russian Princess from Orlando (courtesy of Colin Dickey)

Angelica Bell Garnett as a child as the Russian Princess from Orlando (courtesy of Colin Dickey)


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