Virginia Wollf at Charleston, painted by her sister Vanessa Bell

Virginia Wollf at Charleston, painted by her sister - Vanessa Bell (British, Bloomsbury Group

VANESSA BELL Charleston Drawing Room (1945)

I can't find an exact source for this Duncan Grant painting but the chair is a 'Famulus' chair made by P E Gane Ltd of Bristol c. It is still in the house at Charleston. From Bettina's Impressions: Vanessa Bell

Duncan Grant: Artist’s Study at Charleston (1967) via The Metropolitan Museum of…

'artist’s study at charleston' - duncan grant - 1967 - via the metropolitan museum of art

Vanessa Bell The Artist's Daughter

Duncan Grant: Interior with the artist’s daughter, Scottish, Camden Town Group Painter

Duncan Grant | The Stove, 1936

The Stove, Fitzroy Square Duncan Grant (British, Grant’s daughter Angelica reading by the stove in his studio. Grant was a member of the Bloomsbury Group. Grant is best known for his painting style, which developed in the wake of.

Vanessa Bell

painting by Vanessa Bell (artist sister of Virginia Woolf), at Charleston House, the countryhouse HQ of the Bloomsbury group.

'Vanessa Bell', c.1960 - Duncan Grant

'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.


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