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Virginia Woolf, 1902

Julia Jackson (future mother of Virginia Woolf) photographed by pioneering photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.

Virginia Woolf playing cricket, aged 12. She's batting.

Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell playing cricket. I love the idea of playing cricket with Mrs Woolf.

Virginia Woolf

Les femmes d’avril

Virginia Woolf English author, essayist, publisher, and writer of short stories -- She is regarded as one of the foremost literary figures of the twentieth century and one of the greatest innovators in the English language.

Virginia Woolf by Gisèle Freund, 1939 Private Collection © Gisèle Freund/IMEC/Fonds MCC

The Many (Portrait) Faces of Virginia Woolf

floriental: Virginia Woolf. Tinted photo.

Virginia Woolf in living color.Bloomsbury Group in the early Century. Bohemian as a cultural phenomenon dates backs to the mid century in Europe. It relies heavily on The Ottoman empire for its sense of ornament , color and textiles.

Virginia Woolf - elegant in a very simple way

Virginia Woolf: The Morley College Teacher

The great Writer Virginia Woolf in 1902 - Photo taken by George Charles Beresford -

Mulheres OusadasY❤B <> VIRGINIA WOOLF, 1927 - escritora: Pela moradia londrina de Bloomsbury desta novelista (1882-1941) passaram autores como J. M. Keynes e E. M. Foster. Suicidou-se se afogando por medo de uma incipiente loucura.

houghtonlib: “ Virginia Woolf, From the Monk’s House photos. MS Thr 564 Harvard Theatre Collection, Harvard University ” Virginia Woolf, born this day in

'Virginia and Leonard Woolf by Gisele Freund', 1939

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) and Leonard Woolf. Colour print by Gisèle Freund. Tavistock Square, 24 June, (Via The National Portrait Gallery)

Virginia Woolf by Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1926

Virginia Woolf by Lady Ottoline Morrell, vintage snapshot print, June 1926 © National Portrait Gallery, London

Virginia Woolf, circa 1920.

Virginia Woolf: A Consciousness of Reality

Bill Goldstein’s “The World Broke in Two” looks at four British writers — Woolf, Eliot, Forster and Lawrence — at a turning point in history.