Yahoo Search Busca da Web

Resultado da Busca

  1. Clive Bell was born in East Shefford, Berkshire on 16 th September 1881. His parents were William Heward Bell and Hannah Taylor Cory. They had three other children: Cory and Lorna (elder) and Dorothy (younger).

  2. Clive Bell was born on September 16, 1881, in East Shefford, Bedfordshire, England. He grew up in the country, at Cleeve House in Wiltshire, with his family, as the third of four children. His family was wealthy, as his father had found fortune in his coal-mining business. During his childhood, Bell was educated first at Marlborough, in England ...

  3. Murió en 1937 de herida de metralla enemiga, a los 29 años. La hija de Vanessa y de Duncan, Angélica Garnett (nacida Bell), fue criada como hija de Clive hasta que se casó. Fue informada por su madre Vanessa, justo antes de su matrimonio y poco después de la muerte de su hermano Julian, que Duncan Grant era su padre biológico.

  4. 20 de out. de 2023 · The absurdities of life in situations serious and trivial often struck Bell. During the First World War, he wrote sarcastically to the New Statesman that the government should invest in establishing private bullrings to breed draught animals for the Front, and to amuse the upper classes. After all, he said, it had been agreed already that ...

  5. 1 de abr. de 2021 · 'Restores Clive Bell vividly to life' - Lucasta Miller Clive Bell is perhaps better known today for being a Bloomsbury socialite and the husband of artist Vanessa Bell, sister to Virginia Woolf. Yet Bell was a highly important figure in his own right: an internationally renowned art critic who defended daring new forms of expression at a time when Britain was closed off to all things foreign.

  6. 12 de mar. de 2024 · Tate. Clive Bell’s theory of significant form was explained in his book Art published in 1914. He begins the book with the lines: ’ What quality is shared by all objects that provoke our aesthetic emotions?’. The answer, according to Bell, is ‘significant form’ which he goes on to loosely describe as: ‘lines and colours combined in ...

  7. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Clive_BellClive Bell - Wikipedia

    Clive Bell. Arthur Clive Heward Bell ( 16 settembre 1881 – 18 settembre 1964) è stato un critico d'arte britannico, associato al Bloomsbury Group . Clive Bell nacque a East Shefford, Berkshire, nel 1881. Era il terzo dei quattro figli di William Heward Bell ( 1849 - 1927) e Hannah Taylor Cory ( 1850 - 1942 ), con un fratello maggiore (Cory ...