Bloomsbury Books

Explore a selection of exceptional titles inspired by the Bloomsbury Special Display now on at The Courtauld Gallery.

  • Love in Bloomsbury by Frances Partridge

    Love in Bloomsbury by Frances Partridge

    £10.99

    Love in Bloomsbury by Frances Partridge  is a celebrated account of The Bloomsbury Group love affairs as for the work that was produced by its members.

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  • Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Gardens

    Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Gardens

    £16.99

    Set in the heart of the Sussex Downs, Charleston Farmhouse is the most important remaining example of Bloomsbury decorative style, created by the painters Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

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  • Roger Fry by Virginia Woolf

    Roger Fry by Virginia Woolf

    £9.99

    Virginia Woolf was a close friend of Roger Fry for many years – after his death she wrote this loving account of his passion for art, his own painting, and his challenging critical theories.

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  • The Angel of Charleston

    The Angel of Charleston

    £16.99

    Grace Higgens (1903-1983), described by Duncan Grant as ‘the angel of Charleston’ remained with the Bloomsbury Group for fifty years. Read her story here.

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  • Vanessa Bell: Portrait of the Bloomsbury Artist

    Vanessa Bell: Portrait of the Bloomsbury Artist

    £11.99

    Vanessa Bell is central to the history of the Bloomsbury Group, yet until this authorised biography was written, she largely remained a silent and inscrutable figure. Tantalising glimpses of her life appeared mainly in her sister, Virginia Woolf’s, letters, diaries and biography.

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  • Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell by Marion Whybrow

    Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell by Marion Whybrow

    £24.99

    Read Marion Whybrow’s valuable insight into the family life of the Stephen sisters, Virginia Woolf and her sister Vanessa Bell.

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  • Virginia Woolf by Alexandra Harris

    Virginia Woolf by Alexandra Harris

    £9.95

    This gripping new account offers an ideal introduction to both the life and work of Virginia Woolf. It considers each of Woolf’s novels in context, traces the contentious course of her afterlife, and shows why, seventy years after her death, Virginia Woolf continues to haunt and inspire us.

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