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  1. Mary Barnes Hutchinson (29 March 1889 – 17 April 1977) was a British short-story writer, socialite, model and a member of the Bloomsbury Group.

    • 17 April 1977 (aged 88), London, England
    • British
    • Short-story writer
  2. Mary Hutchinson, née Barnes, a half-cousin of Lytton Strachey, married St John (‘Jack’) Hutchinson, an eminent barrister, in 1910. A prominent Bloomsbury hostess, she was for several years the acknowledged mistress of the art critic, Clive Bell. She became intimate with the Eliots over the summer of 1916 when, recently married, they took a ...

  3. With financial prospects, Wordsworth married Mary Hutchinson on October 2, 1802. The settlement helped to support a growing family and also allowed the Wordsworths to continue their generosity to various friends and men of letters, many of whom came to stay at Dove Cottage, sometimes for months on end.

  4. Hutchinson, bor... "What an unusual power you have, you are no ordinary person", painter Henry Tonks said about his muse and friend Mary Hutchinson (1889-1977).

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  5. Mary Barnes, the daughter of Sir Hugh Barnes and Winifred Strachey Barnes, was born in 1889. She spent her early childhood in India before being sent to boarding school in England. In 1910 she married a lawyer, St John Hutchinson. In 1911 her cousin, Lytton Strachey, introduced her to the Bloomsbury Group, a group of friends that discussed ...

  6. Mary Hutchinson, née Barnes (1889–1977), a half-cousin of Lytton Strachey, married St John (‘Jack’ or ‘Hutchie’) Hutchinson – eminent criminal lawyer, connoisseur and collector – in 1910. A prominent Bloomsbury hostess, she was for several years the acknowledged mistress of the art critic Clive Bell, and became a close friend of ...

  7. In 1910 she married a lawyer, St. John Hutchinson, and about the same time her cousin and confidante Lytton Strachey and his friend Duncan Grant introduced her to the Bloomsbury group. Initially shy in the company of this artistic group of people, Hutchinson soon entered into the spirit of Bloomsbury, becoming a generous hostess and patroness.