Clive Bell

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Standard Name: Bell, Clive

Connections

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Education Roger Fry
At Cambridge, Fry became friends with Thoby Stephen , Clive Bell , and Leonard Woolf ; he later joined them and others as an original member of the Bloomsbury Group .
Family and Intimate relationships Virginia Woolf
Virginia and Vanessa (1879-1961, the eldest of Leslie and Julia Stephen's children), were close to one another throughout their lives. In A Sketch of the Past, VW recalls that after the death of their...
Family and Intimate relationships Virginia Woolf
Leonard Woolf was a close Cambridge friend of Virginia's brother Thoby Stephen and a member of the Apostles . A Jew, with family roots in London and Amsterdam, he grew up in London, first...
Family and Intimate relationships Vita Sackville-West
The two women had met on 14 December 1922, through Clive Bell , and Vita had first stayed at Rodmell in September 1924. A mutual fascination, both personal and literary, gradually overcame a certain suspicion...
Family and Intimate relationships Virginia Woolf
VW 's sister, Vanessa , married art critic Clive Bell at St Pancras Registry Office in London. Lyndall Gordon maintains that Clive had a positive impact on Virginia's career, urging her to turn her...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
VW , dining at Clive Bell 's, met Vita Sackville-West (and her husband Harold Nicolson ) for the first time.
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
73
Friends, Associates Mary Agnes Hamilton
One of Lee's beliefs, pronounced that evening, was: Patriotism . . . is the power to be ashamed of your country.
Hamilton, Mary Agnes. Remembering My Good Friends. Jonathan Cape, 1944.
74
MAH credits Lady Ottoline with holding the pacifist movement together; many meetings took...
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...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
Early members of what VW called Old Bloomsbury (to distinguish the original members of the group from later additions) included Virginia and Vanessa Stephen , Leonard Woolf , Clive Bell , E. M. Forster ,...
Friends, Associates Katherine Mansfield
This time Mary Hutchinson , Clive Bell , Aldous Huxley , T. W. Earp , Brett , J. M. Keynes , and J. T. Sheppard were there. KM was back for further weekends in September...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
The cultural production of members of Bloomsbury was prodigious, embracing the imaginative, critical, and political writing of Virginia and Leonard Woolf , E. M. Forster , and Lytton Strachey , the economic theories of Maynard Keynes
Friends, Associates Edith Sitwell
ES had many friendships, and there were few notables in the artistic world whom she did not meet. Her friendships were quite volatile, with frequent quarrels, sometimes caused by the practical jokes and the heightened...
Friends, Associates Gertrude Stein
It was John Lane and Roger Fry who introduced them to the Bloomsbury circle. The trip did not result in a publishing contract, as GS had hoped, but it did advance her reputation. The next...
Friends, Associates Julia Strachey
Friends and neighbours here included James and Alix Strachey , Clive Bell , and Virginia and Leonard Woolf .
Strachey, Julia, and Frances Partridge. Julia: A Portrait of Julia Strachey. Little, Brown, 1983.
105
Frances Partridge writes that JS was generally judged by them to be a lively and...
Friends, Associates Stella Benson
SB met Lord David Cecil at a dinner with Virginia and Leonard Woolf , after which they all went on to Clive and Vanessa Bell 's house.
Grant, Joy. Stella Benson: A Biography. Macmillan, 1987.
254, 255

Timeline

April 1893
The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of the Fine and Applied Arts was founded this month by Charles Holme and first edited by Cleeson White .
After 18 February 1914
Leonard Woolf published his second novel, The Wise Virgins (which he had begun to write on his honeymoon). Quite different in genre from his first, it is a roman à clef reputedly presenting harsh caricatures...
From early summer 1915
Garsington Manor, near Oxford, the home of Lady Ottoline and Philip Morrell , became a centre for many pacifists, conscientious objectors, and non-pacifist critics of the war.