Still Life with a Jug by Vanessa Bell

“Still life with a jug” clearly demonstrates the changes that have occurred in the creative method of Vanessa Bell after the end of the First World War. In these years,

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Conversation in Ash House by Vanessa Bell

Typically English conversation in a typically English setting. On the left is the brother of the artist, Adrian. Opposite him, journalist Leonard Wolfe, the husband of Virginia, the sister of

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Beach in Stadland by Vanessa Bell

Vanessa Bell wrote five paintings “based on” this beach, which she often visited in 1909-1911. But over the “Beach in Stadland” she worked in her London studio, using only a

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Interior with table by Vanessa Bell

In this work, one of the typical receptions for Vanessa Bell – a combination of landscape and interior. A table by the window for the artist – to pour an

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Pond in Charleston by Vanessa Bell

Two landscapes that are represented here, created by Vanessa Bell with a gap of ten years. “The Pond in Charleston,” written by the artist in 1916, is not yet free

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Portrait of Leonard Wolfe by Vanessa Bell

“Portrait of Leonard Wolfe” refers to the 1930s. Vanessa Bell writes her sister’s husband with quick and precise masks, which makes this portrait look like a spontaneous sketch. Nevertheless, he

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Roses in a Chinese Vase by Vanessa Bell

Vanessa Bell’s talent is not one of the greatest in the history of painting. However, her work is bribed with joyful acceptance of life, and her creative path is honesty.

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Abstractions by Vanessa Bell

We got only four abstract works by Vanessa Bell. They all belong to the middle of the 1910s, when the Bloomsbury tried to abstract themselves from the laws “imposed” on

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Workshops “Omega” by Vanessa Bell

Founding in 1913 workshops “Omega”, Roger Fry set as his goal to create samples of a new, revolutionary design and provide the work of young avant-garde artists. Headquarters “Omega” was

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Portrait of David Garnet by Vanessa Bell

Between 1910 and 1916, Vanessa Bell often wrote her friends and family, preferring to portray them in an informal setting. Portraits of Bell of this period are characterized by spontaneity,

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Woman in Furs by Vanessa Bell

“Woman in Furs”, written by the artist in 1919. This portrait portrays Dr. Mary Moralt, who treated Angelica, the daughter of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. The portrait is written

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