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Author:
Jan Marsh
ISBN13:
978-0805045505
ISBN:
0805045503
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Publisher:
Henry Holt & Co; 1st American ed edition (February 1, 1996)
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History & Criticism
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Bloomsbury Women presents the textual narrative of the lives and loves, art and ideas of an extraordinary group of friends. Praise for The Bloomsbury Women. An excellent addition to Bloomsbury studies that will be of interest to both devotees and newcomers. Praise for Jan Marsh. The author's steady, sympathetic course through Rossetti's divided life enables readers to delve into the intense and original self most fully.

Jan Marsh is a British writer and curator who is an expert on the Victorian period and particularly the Pre-Raphaelites and William Morris. Bloomsbury Women: Distinct Figures in Life and Art. Marsh is president of the William Morris Society, a trustee of the William Morris Gallery and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Selected publications. Henry Holt & C. 1996. William Morris and Red House: A Collaboration Between Architect and Owner. National Trust Books, 2005. A Guide to Victorian and Edwardian Portraits

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The men, too, were exceptional artists and writers whose works and words intimately depict Bloomsbury women. This book traces the Bloomsbury group from its beginnings in the early years of the twentieth century to the old age of its founders and the legacy that lives on, and Jan Marsh brings a new approach to the group and its female protagonists.

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Bloomsbury Women: Distinct Figures in Life and Ar. Encyclopedia Article. Art criticism, Adrian Searle, Alastair Gordon, 6th Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, Andrew Graham-Dixon, Anthony Bertram.

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A full study of Bloomsbury's women, in the vein of Strachey's Eminent Victorians, would have filled a. .

A full study of Bloomsbury's women, in the vein of Strachey's Eminent Victorians, would have filled a useful niche, but this book is more of an ungendered and generalist survey of the entire movement. Only in its profuse and lavish illustrations, paintings, and sketches by such Bloomsbury stalwarts as Vanessa Bell and Dora Carrington does Marsh remember her supposed subject.

Marsh, Jan. Bloomsbury Women: Distinct Figures in Life and Art (London: Pavilion, 1995). The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Study of Her Life and Work (Hastings: Sensation Press, 2000). Rosenbaum, Stanford Patrick. Pykett, Lyn. The Sensation Novel from The Woman in White to The Moonstone (Plymouth: Northcote House, 1994).

The world of Bloomsbury is one of pictures and people; it is an artistic and literary style, and also a group of original and creative individuals whose lives have long fascinated the public imagination. Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, Dora Carrington, Vita Sackville-West, Lydia Lopokova, Katherine Mansfield, Frances Partridge, Angelica Garnett: many exceptional women were associated with Bloomsbury. Their writings, letters, diaries, and memoirs provide vivid accounts of friendship, love, art, jealousy, suicide, gossip, and day-to-day affairs over forty years. The men, too, were exceptional artists and writers whose works and words intimately depict Bloomsbury women.This book traces the Bloomsbury group from its beginnings in the early years of the twentieth century to the old age of its founders and the legacy that lives on, and Jan Marsh brings a new approach to the group and its female protagonists. Illustrated throughout with color and black-and-white archive material, Bloomsbury Women presents portrait studies, decorative images, line drawings, and photographs that compliment the textual narratives of the lives, loves, art, and ideas of an extraordinary group of friends.