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Author Name    SPALDING, Frances

Title   Vanessa Bell

Binding   Softcover; Trade PB

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   San Diego Harvest/HBJ c1983, 1985

ISBN Number    0156933500 / 9780156933506

Seller ID   5109

B&W Photographs; 399 pages; Spine creased, covers lightly edgeworn and rubbed, pages lightly soiled.; Biography of Virginia Woolf's sister, a central figure of the Bloomsbury Group. Until this book was published she she was its most elusive member. This biography 'brings her powerful, magnetic personality into clarity, revealing the complex emotions beneath her surface serenity, her gift for the "handling of life" (as Virginia called it) and her lifelong commitment to art. An important part of this biography is devoted to her painting, her harmonious working relationship with Duncan Grant, and their contribution to English art and decoration.'

Bloomsbury Group Virginia Woolf Roger Fry Duncan Grant Artist British Artist Art Decorative Arts

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