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  1. www.violettrefusis.com › en › il-belvedereViolet Trefusis

    he Belvedere Violet Trefusis is one of the most evocative viewpoints in Florence: it dominates the Bellosguardo hill, facing south, immersed in greenery and bathed in light. From here, Florence shows itself in its enchanting entirety; it allows itself to be contemplated in an inspired and silent atmosphere. Then, from afar, comes the sound of a ...

  2. Violet Trefusis was an English socialite and author. She is chiefly remembered for her lengthy affair with the writer Vita Sackville-West that both women continued after their respective marriages. It was featured in novels by both parties; in Virginia Woolf's novel Orlando: A Biography; and in many letters and memoirs of the period roughly from 1912 to 1922. She may have been the inspiration ...

  3. 17 de dez. de 2016 · En aquel tiempo, Violet exigió a Vita que acabara con toda relación carnal con Harold. El pacto entre ambas se mantuvo. Violet se casaría con Denys Trefusis bajo la condición de no consumar su matrimonio. Las dos planearon dejar Inglaterra tras la boda para abandonar un “destino seguro”. El riesgo de ser excluidas

  4. Violet Trefusis. Violet Keppel, the elder daughter of Alice Keppel, was born at 2 Wilton Crescent, London, on 6th June 1894. Keppell was the mistress of Edward VII but it was later established that her real father was Ernest William Beckett (1856–1917), the Conservative MP for Whitby. Violet Keppel educated by a French governess and at Helen ...

  5. www.violettrefusis.com › en › i-docufilmViolet Trefusis

    A double biopic of Violet Trefusis, writer, cosmopolitan intellectual and patron of the arts; and of her city of Florence, where she lived in the beautiful Villa dell’Ombrellino. Between the 50s’ and the end of the 60’s Florence becomes the Capital of Fashion, it rediscovers its cultural treasures, its creativity, and craft skills.

  6. Violet Trefusis ( née Keppel) ( 6 June 1894 – 29 February 1972) was an English and French writer. Trefusis is best known for her relationship with novelist Vita Sackville-West. Their relationship was written under disguise in Virginia Woolf 's Orlando: A Biography. She appeared in the novel as Princess Sasha.

  7. 20 de mar. de 2020 · Violet Trefusis – This image is in the public domain. Violet Trefusis is mostly known today for a slim volume of her published love letters addressed to Vita Sackville-West, aristocratic author of novels such as All Passion Spent (1931) and creator of the famed gardens at her ancestral home of Sissinghurst .