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Virginia Woolf photographed by Lady Ottoline Morrell at Garsington Manor in 1917

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Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), by Lady Ottoline Morrell, circa 1917 - NPG - © National Portrait Gallery, London

‘Nirvana’, Augustus John OM, c.1908 | Tate - In the summer of 1908 John was staying at Dielette, a little village on the Normandy coast. This drawing was done there and later served as a sketch for an oil painting (repr. Burlington Magazine, XVII, 1910, p.228) which was shown at the N.E.A.C. in 1909 (31). It was exhibited as ‘Girl on the Cliff’, but was later renamed ‘Nirvana’ by Lady Ottoline Morrell, to whom it once belonged. The drawing is also very likely to have been known at one time…

‘Nirvana’, Augustus John OM, c.1908 | Tate - In the summer of 1908 John was staying at Dielette, a little village on the Normandy coast. This drawing was done there and later served as a sketch for an oil painting (repr. Burlington Magazine, XVII, 1910, p.228) which was shown at the N.E.A.C. in 1909 (31). It was exhibited as ‘Girl on the Cliff’, but was later renamed ‘Nirvana’ by Lady Ottoline Morrell, to whom it once belonged. The drawing is also very likely to have been known at one time…

Virginia Woolf with T. S. Eliot by Lady Ottoline Morrell, June 1924

Eliot and Virginia Woolf in June as photographed by Lady Ottoline Morrell. (National Portrait Gallery) thebloomsburygroup “ T. Eliot and Virginia Woolf in June.

Lady Ottoline Morrell, * by Cecil Beaton, 1927 Lady Ottoline Morrell * (1873-1938), aristocrat, society hostess and arts patron was remarkable for her generosity, her outlandish appearance and the legendary parties she threw at her house in Bloomsbury's Gower Street.

Lady Ottoline Morrell by Cecil Beaton 1927 Lady Ottoline Morrell aristocrat society hostess & arts patron was remarkable for her generosity outlandish appearance & legendary parties she threw at her house in Bloomsbury's Gower Street.

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), by Lady Ottoline Morrell, June 1926. © National Portrait Gallery, London

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen), by Lady Ottoline Morrell, June 1926 - NPG - © National Portrait Gallery, London

the colors of Lady Ottoline

the colors of Lady Ottoline

Box of silk sewing threads left behind at Garsington by Lady Ottoline Violet Anne Morrell — photo by Christopher Simon Sykes

Virginia Woolf working; photo taken by Lady Ottoline Morrell in 1926. (National Portrait Gallery)

“Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” ― A Room of One's Own Virginia Woolf working; photo taken by Lady Ottoline Morrell in (National Portrait Gallery)

Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1900s  "Lady Ottoline Morrell, Bloomsbury Group society and literary hostess, sometimes wore extravagant Turkish robes and dyed her hair a soft purple. Here it is parted in the middle. swept up with combs, and probably pinned over hair pads to create the exaggerated rolls of hair which were fashionable at the time.

Lady Ottoline Morrell, , originally uploaded by Gatochy . "Lady Ottoline Morrell, Bloomsbury Group society and literary host.

Lady Ottoline Morrell | Lady Ottoline Morrell, possibly by Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1929 - NPG ...

possibly by Lady Ottoline Morrell vintage snapshot print 1929 © National Portrait Gallery, London

Aldous Huxley (born on 26 July 1894) by Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1917 © National Portrait Gallery, London

Aldous Huxley (born 26 July Photo by Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1917 © National Portrait Gallery, London

Virginia Woolf and Lord David Cecil photographed by Lady Ottoline Morrell in June of 1923

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Lord David Cecil by Lady Ottoline Morrell, vintage snapshot print, June 1923 © National Portrait Gallery, London.

Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1919 by Augustus John (1878-1961)

'Lady Ottoline Morrell' Augustus Edwin John, 1919 ~ she spent some time in prison for the crime of "pacifism".