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Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf,

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), Lent by the National Portrait Gallery, London. Purchased with help from The Art Fund, © National Portrait Gallery, London.

Roger Fry (English, 1866-1934) - Vanessa Bell, 1916

Vanessa Bell, sister of Virginia Wolf, artist and interior designer, considered one of the most influential artists of the Century in Britain.

Painter Vanessa Bell (1879-1961) was the sister of Virginia Woolf

Vanessa Bell : comme on reconnait l'air de famille avec Virginia Woolf !

Virginia Woolf - Vanessa Bell - The Athenaeum

Virginia Woolf - Vanessa Bell - The Athenaeum

A Girl Reading (c.1932). Vanessa Bell (English, 1879-1961). Oil on canvas. Charleston. Bell was a painter and interior designer who established her reputation as part of the avant-garde Bloomsbury...

A Girl Reading (c.1932). Vanessa Bell (English, 1879-1961). Oil on canvas. Charleston. Bell was a painter and interior designer who established her reputation as part of the avant-garde Bloomsbury...

Virginia Wolfe and her dog, Pinska

Adorable Pictures of Famous Writers and Their Pets

Virginia Woolf and her dog Pinka. Pinka is almost invisible in this photo. But I like how Pinka and Virginia are talking to the same person.

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.

Vanessa Bell - Narcissi

Vanessa Bell: Narcissi, Charleston sold at Sotheby's 2007 © Private Collection

Vanessa Bell – Conversation, 1913–16, Oil paint on canvas, 866x810 mm

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

Vanessa Bell (English, 1879–1961) - The Cook (1948) - oil on canvas, 100.3 x 74.7 cm

Vanessa Bell (English, 1879–1961) - The Cook (1948) - oil on canvas, 100.3 x 74.7 cm

Vanessa Bell: "Interior with Housemaid"

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

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