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  1. Angelica Vanessa Garnett (née Bell; 25 December 1918 – 4 May 2012), was a British writer, painter and artist. She was the author of the memoir Deceived with Kindness (1984), an account of her experience growing up at the heart of the Bloomsbury Group.

  2. 7 de mai. de 2012 · Frances Spalding. Mon 7 May 2012 10.17 EDT. A woman of great beauty and personal magnetism, Angelica Garnett, who has died aged 93, had many gifts. She turned her hand to mosaics, painting and...

  3. 13 de mai. de 2012 · Angelica Garnett, the last direct link to the Bloomsbury set, whose memoir of growing up amid its potent brew of sex, secrets, artistry and renown is notable for offering a child’s-eye view of...

  4. 13 de mai. de 2012 · Angelica Garnett was the daughter of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, and the stepdaughter of Lytton Strachey. She had a complex and troubled family life, and wrote memoirs and stories about her experiences in the Bloomsbury circle.

  5. 2 de jun. de 2012 · Angelica Garnett. Angelica Garnett, keeper of the Bloomsbury flame, died on May 4th, aged 93. Jun 2nd 2012. THE old farmhouse called Charleston stood with its barns at the foot of the South Downs ...

  6. Angelica Garnett, last surviving member of the Bloomsbury Group, in conversation with Christopher Mason at her home in Forcalquier. As well as reading from h...

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  7. Summary. © the artist's estate. Photo credit: National Trust Images. White Daffodils in a Ceramic Jug c.1940–1942. Angelica Garnett (1918–2012) National Trust, Monk's House. Artist, daughter of the painter Vanessa Bell, born at Charleston Farmhouse, Firle, Sussex.