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Artwork page for ‘Mrs St John Hutchinson’, Vanessa Bell, 1915 This portrait shows the short-story writer Mary Hutchinson. She was the mistress of Bell’s husband Clive, a fact of which Bell was aware. This may account for the unflattering nature of the portrait. When it was exhibited, to the sitter’s consternation, Vanessa Bell wrote ‘It’s perfectly hideous...and yet quite recognisable’.The dazzling colours are reminiscent of work by Matisse – an artist Bell revered – and the French ‘Fauve’…

Vanessa Bell ‘Mrs St John Hutchinson’, 1915 © Estate of Vanessa Bell, courtesy Henrietta Garnett

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Vanessa Bell - Window, Still Life

Window, Still Life (recto) by Vanessa Bell Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum Oil on canvas, x cm

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Lady with a Book Vanessa Bell (English, Oil on canvas. Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Vanessa Bell was Virginia Woolf's sister and part of the Bloomsbury Group.

Bell, Vanessa - Clive Bell and family (Angelica en haar twee broers)

Clive Bell and family (Angelica en haar twee broers) - Vanessa Bell (British, Bloomsbury Group

Vanessa Bell

Groupe de Bloomsbury – Les peintres – Vanessa Bell, Roger Fry et Ducan Grant –…

VANESSA BELL: Still Life at a Window. Description from I searched for this on

i love this piece Bell, Vanessa - The Blue Room, Wissett Lodge - Bloomsbury Group - Genre - Oil on canvas

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.

The Bloomsbury group.. Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Roger Fry. British modernist theory

Family and friends of Vanessa Bell at Charleston - 'Bloomsbury' is the name given to the artists, writers and intellectuals who began to meet at the Bloomsbury home of the artist Vanessa Bell and her writer sister Virginia Woolf in

The artist Duncan Grant (left) with his longtime lover, the economist John Maynard Keynes.

Bloomsbury group: The artist Duncan Grant (left) with his longtime lover, the economist John Maynard Keynes.

Log Box (detail) from The Garden Room at Charleston, decorated by Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant textile design Duncan Grant Duncan Grant 1918 via Aka Pearl of a Girl Duncan Grant 1920 via A Long Time Alone .