Interior with the Artist’s Daughter (Angelica), c. 1935-36 - Duncan Grant

Interior with the Artist’s Daughter (Angelica), c. 1935-36 - Duncan Grant

Autoportrait de Duncan Grant (1885-1978), c.

Autoportrait de Duncan Grant (1885-1978), c.

¤ Self Portrait: Duncan Grant

¤ Self Portrait: Duncan Grant

Vanessa Bell. "I do think nearly all war is madness. It’s destruction and not creation, and it’s mad to destroy the best things and people in the world, if one can anyhow avoid it. You object to cutting down trees. Isn’t war that, a million times worse?”

Vanessa Bell. "I do think nearly all war is madness. It’s destruction and not creation, and it’s mad to destroy the best things and people in the world, if one can anyhow avoid it. You object to cutting down trees. Isn’t war that, a million times worse?”

Vanessa Bell by Duncan Grant

Vanessa Bell by Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant

... and wallpaper to match the view.... Duncan Grant 'Window, South of France' 1928 - First Known When Lost

... and wallpaper to match the view.... Duncan Grant 'Window, South of France' 1928 - First Known When Lost

Self Portrait: Duncan Grant

Self Portrait: Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant (1885-1978) - The Doorway, c. 1955

Duncan Grant (1885-1978) - The Doorway, c. 1955

futuretortoiseshell: The Charleston House

futuretortoiseshell: The Charleston House

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