Bloomsbury Group Art Prints

Artists were key figures of the Bloomsbury Group, a circle which also included intellectuals and writers. Formed in London in the early years of the 20th Century, the group promoted 'modern' ideas and turned against many of the accepted norms of the 19th Century. The group's main artists Vanessa Bell, Roger Eliot Fry and Duncan Grant set up Omega Workshops in 1913 to promote textiles and furniture made by resident artists.

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