Explore Vanessa Bell, Farmhouse Garden, and more!

This work is a photograph of a statue overlooking the pond in the garden of Charleston farmhouse - lived in by Vanessa Bell from 1916 and frequented by her sister, the writer Virginia Woolf and many important visitors connected to the Bloomsbury Group, including T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, Roger Fry and Lytton Strachey. Much of the house was decorated by members of the Bllomsbury groups with murals and patterns. The garden was also decorated and adorned - this statue is by Vanessas son…

Charleston Farmhouse Garden Statue by Quentin Bell - Bloomsbury Group Fine Art 5 x 5 inches photograph

Pinker by Vanessa Bell

Vanessa Bell (English painter and interior designer) 1879 - 1961 Virginia and Leonard Woolf's Spaniel, Pinker

Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and Adrian Stephen with the family dog in 1892

Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell & Adrian Stephen with the family dog in 1892

Cressida thinks in patterns and designs - and lives among them too (left); Bell's Mexican Tulips silk design (right) will be made into a dress for the next series of ITV drama Mr Selfridge (dress and styling by Philippa Stockley)

Bloomsbury legacy lives on in Cressida Bell’s colourful London home

Cressida thinks in patterns and designs - and lives among them too (left); Bell's Mexican Tulips silk design (right) will be made into a dress for the next series of ITV drama Mr Selfridge (dress and styling by Philippa Stockley)

Vita Sackville West's writing desk. In her beautiful tower room at Sissinghurst Castle.

"A flowerless room is a soulless room, to my way of thinking; but even one solitary little vase of a living flower may redeem it." Vita Sackville-West' s writing desk at Sissinghurst.

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Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey - Letters. Leonard Woolf & James Strachey (Eds). The Hogarth Press with Chatto and Windus, London, First edition. Original dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.

Virginia Woolf in 1902.  Adeline Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was an English author, essayist, publisher, and writer of short stories, regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century.

Julia Jackson (future mother of Virginia Woolf) photographed by pioneering photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.

Virginia Woolf (left) laughing with her nephew, Quentin Bell, and Lydia Lopokovna

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Virginia Woolf (left) dancing and laughing with her nephew Quentin Bell and famous russian ballerina Lydia Lopokova

Vanessa Bell at Studland with Julian Bell, Clive Bell and Mabel selwood behind, c1910, London Tate Britian

Vanessa Bell at Studland with Julian Bell, Clive Bell and Mabel selwood behind, London Tate Britian

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