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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.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Bloomsbury Group

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Bloomsbury Group - Brunswick Square

Keynes's brother Geoffrey also lived here. The house was occupied by at least...

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Bloomsbury Group - Gordon Square

Here and in neighbouring houses during the first half of the 20th century the...

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Leonard Woolf's Ceylon

We have not followed all the various Sri Lankan lines of research opened up b...

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Garudio Studiage

Garudio Studiage

A Peckham-based creative collective, with individual specialisms in screen-printing, jewellery and painting. The name is derived from the words ‘Garage Studio’ which is where the venture started out.

Group, Art

1 memorial
Artists Rifles

Artists Rifles

The 38th Middlesex (Artists') Rifle Volunteers was formed, in response to a threat of invasion by Napoleon III, by Edward Sterling in London with headquarters initially at Burlington House, where t...

Group, Armed Forces, Art, War Memorial WW1

4 memorials
Mel Calman

Mel Calman

Cartoonist. Born Melville Calman at 64 Linthorpe Road, Stamford Hill. After trying unsuccessfully to work for Punch Magazine, he supplied pocket cartoons for the Daily Express, but left because he ...

Person, Art

2 memorials
Samuel Morse

Samuel Morse

Samuel Finley Breese Morse was born on 27 April 1791 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA. He was an artist who travelled to Italy, Switzerland ,France and England where in 1811 he gained admittance...

Person, Art, Science, France, Italy, Switzerland, USA

1 memorial
Grafitti Life
1 memorial