Bloomsbury Women: Distinct Figures in Life and Art
Looks at the writings, letters, diaries and memoirs of the Bloomsbury women. Includes, Virginia Woolf, Vanesa Bell, Dora Carrington, Vita Sackville-West, Lydia Lopokova, Katherine Mansfield, Frances Partridge and Angelica Garnett. Presents portrait studies, decorative images, line drawings and photographs which complement the textual narrative of the lives and loves, art and ideas of this extraordinary group of friends.
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Foreword by Frances Partridge
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