Vanessa Bell

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  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Overnight, Picasso became notorious—except to the Bloomsbury painters Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell, whose work almost immediately reflected his influence; and to Bloomsbury groupies Clive Bell, Maynard Keynes and Harry Norton, who bought his work.

    A Shortsighted View of Picasso

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • This year, it makes history by leaving its original home at Garsington Manor, the one-time summer retreat of the Bloomsbury Group, which included Garsington owner Lady Ottoline Morrell, artist Vanessa Bell and writers E.M. Forster and Virginia Woolf.

    Eat, Drink and Be Entertained

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

  • Sir Leslie Stephen, the pioneering mountaineer and biographer, and father of novelist Virginia Woolf and painter Vanessa Bell, wrote in his 1871 book, The Playground of Europe: "Before the turning-point of the eighteenth century, a civilized being might, if he pleased, regard the Alps with unmitigated horror."

    Richard Bangs: Here Be Dragons: Mt. Pilatus in Switzerland, Part 2

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