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Bloomsbury Group


An influential group of artists and writers who were friends during the first half of the 20th century. Our picture shows: Auberon Duckworth; Duncan Grant; Julian Bell; Leonard Woolf, and front: Virginia Woolf; Lady Margaret Duckworth; Clive Bell; Vanessa Bell. The Duckworths, although in the picture, were not in the Group, and missing from the picture are: Roger Fry; J M Keynes; Lytton Strachey; Otteline Morrell and Arthur Waley

The picture source website has a stab at disentangling their personal relationships. It is said that the Bloomsbury Group lived in Squares and loved in triangles.

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