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Still Life of Flowers with Bottle and Fruit

© Estate of Duncan Grant. All rights reserved, DACS 2020. Photo credit: Jerwood Collection

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Grant was a key figure of the Bloomsbury Group of artists and writers, which included his cousin, Lytton Strachey, Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell, Maynard Keynes and Virginia and Leonard Woolf. In 1916 Grant moved to Charleston in Sussex with Vanessa Bell and they shared a personal and professional life, decorating their house with brightly coloured murals and motifs. Grant had met Roger Fry in 1910 and, like many of his contemporaries, was deeply influenced by the seminal Post-Impressionist exhibition that Fry staged in London that year.

Jerwood Collection

London


Date

1929

Medium

oil on canvas board

Measurements

H 35.5 x W 25.5 cm

Accession number

JF56

Work type

Painting


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Jerwood Collection

7 St Stephen’s Mews, London, Greater London W2 5QZ England

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