Duncan Grant: Painting in a Mirror




Additional Links to Vanessa Bell (1879-1961)

See 10 additional paintings by Bell



Amaryllis, c. 1950's

Berwick Chapel Murals, 1942

Byzantine Lady, 1912

Canal Scene, Venice, 1948 (VUL)

Charleston, studio di Duncan Grant, Amaryllis e Henrietta, 1952

Chrysanthemums, 1920

Dust Jackets or Cover Designs: (all from VUL)
for Clive Bell: The Legend of Monte Della Sibilla, 1923 (with Duncan Grant)
for Wilfrid Benson: Foreigner in the Family, 1929
for Theodora Bosanquet: Henry James at Work, 1924
for Anna D. Whyte: Change Your Sky, 1935
for Virginia Woolf: . On Being Ill, 1930
for Virginia Woolf: Between the Acts, 1941
for Virginia Woolf: The Captain's Death Bed and Other Essays, 1950
for Virginia Woolf: The Haunted House, 1943
for Virginia Woolf: Jacob's Room, 1922
for Virginia Woolf: To the Lighthouse, 1927
for Virginia Woolf: The Moment and Other Essays, 1947
for Virginia Woolf: A Room of One's Own, 1929
for Virginia Woolf: Three Guineas, 1938
for Virginia Woolf: A Writer's Diary : being Extracts from the Diary of Virginia Woolf, 1953
for Virginia Woolf: The Years, 1937
for Virginia Woolf: The Years, 1937 (a different version)
for Virginia Woolfe: Monday or Tuesday, 1921
for Virginia Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway, 1925
for Virginia Woolfe: The Waves, 1931

Gondolas in Venice, c. 1950 (VUL)

Idroscalo, 1950

Interior with a Table, 1921

Irises and Narcissi in a White Vase, c. 1950 (VUL)

The Memoir Club, c. 1943 (VUL)

Nude, c. 1922-3

Nude, lithograph poster, n.d.

Pamela, textile sample, 1913

Pheasants, 1931

Portrait, n.d. (CSUP)

Portrait of Angelica Garnett (b1918, née Bell) as Mistress Millament in "The Way of the World"

Portrait of David Garnett, 1915

Portrait of Duncan Grant: Painting in a Mirror, n.d. (VUL)

Portrait of Leonard Woolf, pencil sketch, c. 1940 (VUL)

Portrait of Leonard Sidney Woolf, 1940

Portrait of Virginia Woolf, drawing, n.d.

Portrait of Virginia Woolf at Ashenham, c. 1910 (VUL)

Portrait of Lytton Strachey, 1912

Portrait of Lytton Strachey, 1913

Portrait of Roger Fry, 1912 (VUL)

Stage Set Design, gouache on paper, c. 1925 (VUL)

Still Life, 1916

Study for the Portrait of Leonard Woolf, 1938 (VUL)

Tapestry for the Omega Workshop

The Tub, 1917 (CSUP)

View of the Pond at Charleston, 1919

Woodcuts for Virginia Woolf, Monday or Tuesday, 1921 (all from VUL):
A Society
A Haunted House
An Unwritten Novel
The String Quartet


See also Duncan Grant's Portrait of Vanessa Bell, c. 1918 (VUL) and 1942 portrait.


Index to site abbreviations:

VUL: Bloomsbury: Books, Art and Design, Victoria University Library, Toronto.
CSUP: Women Artists of the Twentieth Century



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