Plaque

Vanessa Bell

Bell, Stephen and Woolf Vanessa Bell
Inscription

Vannessa Stephen, Vanessa Bell, 1879-1961, artist, born and lived here until 1904.

Site: Bell, Stephen and Woolf (3 memorials)

SW7, Hyde Park Gate, 22

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Vanessa Bell

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Vanessa Bell

Artist and interior designer, born Vanessa Stephen at 22 Hyde Park Gate, Lond...

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Vanessa Bell

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Sir Leslie Stephen

Sir Leslie Stephen

London County Council Sir Leslie Stephen, 1832-1904, scholar and writer lived...

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Virginia Woolf - SW7

Virginia Woolf - SW7

Virginia Stephen, Virginia Woolf, 1882-1941, novelist and critic, born and li...

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