Irises and Narcissi in a White Vase, 1950, Vanessa Bell. English Painter, (1879 - 1961) Menber of The Bloomsbury Group.

Irises and Narcissi in a White Vase, Vanessa Bell. English Painter, - Menber of The Bloomsbury Group.

Quentin Bell de Vanessa Bell (1879-1961, United Kingdom)

Quentin Bell Reading Vanessa Bell (English, Oil painting on canvas. Monk’s House, Rodmell, East Sussex.

Lytton Strachey by Vanessa Bell

thebloomsburygroup: “ Lytton Strachey, Vanessa Bell, “Lytton Strachey was like Voltaire in three respects: he thoughts beliefs absurd in others which he thought absurd in himself, and he was.

8 Fitzroy Street by Vanessa Bell

8 Fitzroy Street by Vanessa Bell

Julian, Quentin, and Angelica Bell performing a play about Damon and Phyllis with Janie Bussy in the garden of Charleston, owned by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

The Bloomsbury Group. Julian, Quentin, and Angelica Bell performing a play about Damon and Phyllis with Janie Bussy in the garden of Charleston, owned by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

ALONGTIMEALONE: Vanessa Bell

ALONGTIMEALONE: Vanessa Bell

Vanessa Bell (née Stephen), 1917. Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978). Oil on canvas. National Portrait Gallery, London. Bell (1879-1961), sister of Virginia Woolf, was a painter and model. In London, she lived with her siblings. Their Thursday night ‘At Homes’ marked the beginning of the Bloomsbury Group. Her association with Roger Fry led her to embrace a more modern style of painting. She formed a lasting relationship with Duncan Grant, the two acting as co-Directors of the Omega Workshop.

"Vanessa Bell (née Stephen)", Lent by the National Portrait Gallery, London. © Estate of Duncan Grant. All rights reserved, DACS

Vanessa Bell 1879–1961 Conversation 1913–16 Oil paint on canvas 866 x 810 mm

Conversation, Vanessa Bell, 1913 - Oil on canvas. (The Courtauld Institute of Art.

Sleeping muse, 1918, Vanessa Bell. English (1879 - 1961) - pencil and gouache - Bloomsbury group

'Sleeping muse' by English painter, interior designer Bloomsbury group member Vanessa Bell Pencil gouache, 6 x 5 in.

Virginia Woolf's Cooler Older Sister Was an Artist Who Embraced Open Marriage

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