THE GARDEN AT CHARLESTON. A BLOOMSBURY GARDEN THROUGH THE SEASONS. Signed

Price: 135.00 CAD

London: Frances Lincoln, 2010. London: Frances Lincoln, 2010. 1st Edition. Hardcover. London: Frances Lincoln, 2010. First Edition of this unique glimpse at the changing seasons through hauntingly beautiful colour photographs of the garden at Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's home, Charleston Farmhouse, meeting place for members of the Bloomsbury Group, (where John Maynard Keynes wrote, The Economic Consequences Of The Peace), Signed by author and photographer Sue Snell, Henrietta Garnett, (Vanessa Bell's granddaughter) and Mark Divall, former head gardener at Charleston. A fine copy in purple cloth, silver titles to the spine in a fabulous pictorial dustwrapper portraying the Walled Garden designed by Roger Fry on the front and back panels. Small 4to. 112 pp. A truly stunning book. "It is very exciting to think that you may get Charleston. Leonard says the garden could be made lovely - there are fruit trees, and vegetables, and a most charming walk under trees." Virginia Woolf. 1st Edition.


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