Barbara Bagenal

Standard Name: Bagenal, Barbara
Used Form: Barbara Hiles


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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Carrington
DC began a long friendship with Virginia Woolf when she was summoned to Woolf's country home, Asheham, after breaking into the house with Barbara Hiles and David Garnett .
Gerzina, Gretchen. Carrington: A Life of Dora Carrington, 1893-1932. John Murray.
Friends, Associates Dora Carrington
DC formed a lively group (the Wild Group, as they were known at the Slade ) with women she remained in close contact with for many years, including Dorothy Brett (later the Honourable), Barbara Hiles
Friends, Associates Nina Hamnett
Having achieved a footing of friendship with Walter Sickert and the others of the Fitzroy Street Group , NH went on through Roger Fry and Vanessa Bell to get to know the members of the...
Leisure and Society Dora Carrington
DC attended social events dressed in tight bodices and full skirts known as Augustus John clothes (after the models of the painter, who was a former Slade student, current darling of the London art world...
Textual Features Pat Barker
The story begins with the ambitions and emotional entanglements of a small group of Slade School of Art students (two men, Paul Tarrant and the precocious success Kit Neville, and one strikingly talented woman, Elinor...


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