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Chattie Salaman and Vanessa Bell

Photograph of Chattie Salaman and Vanessa Bell posing in costume for the Berwick Church Murals. The murals were a commission which Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell worked on between 1940 and 1942, with the help of Vanessa's children Angelica and Quentin.

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Duncan Grant, Angelica and Quentin Bell, and Chattie Salaman

Photograph of Duncan Grant, Angelica and Quentin Bell, and Chattie Salaman posing in costume for the Berwick Church murals, a commission Grant and Vanessa Bell worked on between 1940 and 1942.

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Vanessa Bell

Photograph of Vanessa Bell painting 'The Annunciation' mural for Berwick Church. The murals were a commission Bell and Duncan Grant worked on between 1940 and 1942.

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Chattie Salaman and Angelica Bell

Chattie Salaman and Angelica Bell posing in costume for the Berwick Church murals. The murals were a commission Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant worked on between 1940 and 1942, with the help of Vanessa's children Angelica and Quentin.

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Letter from Vanessa Bell to Julian Bell

The first letter Vanessa Bell wrote to her son Julian after his departure for China in 1935 to take up a teaching appointment at the University of Wu-han. The letter describes family life and visitors at Charleston.

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Letter from Vanessa Bell to Julian Bell

In this letter to her son Julian in China, Vanessa expresses her concern for his safety. Civil war in China had created an atmosphere of instability and Japanese colonial incursions into China in the early 1930's added to the sense of danger. The letter also describes her judging of an art exhibition, and goes on to discusses reactions to the London International Surrealist Exhibition which opened in June 1936 at the New Burlington Galleries.

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Letter from Vanessa Bell to Julian Bell

As well as describing life at Charleston Vanessa Bell, in this letter to her son Julian, discusses the war in Spain. She expresses her pacifist views and appeals to him not to go and fight there.

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Menu Card for Omega Dinner

Menu card designed by either Vanessa Bell or Duncan Grant probably for the dinner held at the Bell's Gordon Square home to celebrate the opening of the Omega Workshops.

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Omega Private View Card

A private view card probably designed by Duncan Grant for the opening exhibition at the Omega Workshops in 1913.

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