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Charleston and Bloomsbury : Duncan Grant at Charleston

Author: Quentin BellAngelica GarnettJamie MuirChristopher MasonUden Associates.All authors
Publisher: [East Sussex, England : Distributed by the Charleston Trust, 1995?]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Each film provides a view of life at Charleston Farmhouse, the home for more than fifty years of Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, Clive Bell and others. Charleston and Bloomsbury focuses on the role of the Charleston Farmhouse on the art and life of members of the Bloomsbury Group. Vanessa Bell's children, Quentin Bell and Angelica Garnett share their memories of growing up at the Farmhouse. In Duncan Grant at  Read more...
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Named Person: Duncan Grant; Vanessa Bell
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Quentin Bell; Angelica Garnett; Jamie Muir; Christopher Mason; Uden Associates.; Charleston Farmhouse Trust.
OCLC Number: 37761415
Notes: Each film was originally produced separately. Duncan Grant at Charleston (45 min.)--was first released as a motion picture in 1970; Charleston and Bloomsbury (15 min.) appears to have been made under the auspices of the Charleston Farmhouse Trust.
Credits: Charleston and Bloomsbury: directed by Jamie Muir, produced by Uden Associates; Duncan Grant at Charleston: directed and produced by Christopher Mason.
Performer(s): Charleston and Bloomsbury: narrated by Cheryl Campbell, with Quentin Bell, Angelica Garnett and Grace Higgins.
Duncan Grant at Charleston: Quentin Bell interviews Duncan Grant.
Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Other Titles: Duncan Grant at Charleston
Responsibility: the Charleston Trust.

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Each film provides a view of life at Charleston Farmhouse, the home for more than fifty years of Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, Clive Bell and others. Charleston and Bloomsbury focuses on the role of the Charleston Farmhouse on the art and life of members of the Bloomsbury Group. Vanessa Bell's children, Quentin Bell and Angelica Garnett share their memories of growing up at the Farmhouse. In Duncan Grant at Charleston, Quentin Bell interviews Duncan Grant about his life, his art and the importance of the Farmhouse to his work.

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