Angelica Bell (later Garnett), Virginia's niece.

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

Venassa Bell, 1932    Another of the Bloomsbury Group from Cambridge in the 1930's and Virginia Woolf's sister. She was married to Clive Bell, and they had two sons - Quentin and Julian.  Portrait Photograph by Lettice Ramsey.

Vanessa Bell, 1932 Another of the Bloomsbury Group from Cambridge in the and Virginia Woolf's sister. She was married to Clive Bell, and they had two sons - Quentin and Julian. Portrait Photograph by Lettice Ramsey.

Vanessa with Angelica who believed for years she was the daughter of Clive Bell, she was in fact daughter of Duncan Grant, a confirmed homsexual and was to marry one of her father's lovers - Vanessa and Duncan being quite unable to be honest with her and put a stop to it.

Vanessa with Angelica who believed for years she was the daughter of Clive Bell, she was in fact daughter of Duncan Grant, and was to marry one of her father's lovers - Vanessa and Duncan being quite unable to be honest with her and put a stop to it.

Sisters Vanessa Bell & Virginia Woolf

Bloomsbury Set: Love triangles, suicide and Communism

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 .

Lytton Strachey; Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), by Lady Ottoline Morrell, June 1923 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), by Lady Ottoline Morrell, June 1923 - NPG - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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