Clive Bell

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Clive Bell, by Ramsey & Muspratt, 1932 - NPG P363(1) - © Peter Lofts Photography / National Portrait Gallery, London

© Peter Lofts Photography / National Portrait Gallery, London

Clive Bell

by Ramsey & Muspratt
bromide print, 1932
11 3/8 in. x 8 5/8 in. (290 mm x 218 mm)
Given by Jane Burch, 1988
Primary Collection
NPG P363(1)


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Bell was a Francophile and encouraged his son Julian to spend a season in Paris before going to Cambridge. Virginia Woolf described Julian: 'He had a strong element of the Bell in him…he was practical and caustic and shrewd… He had much higher sprits. But then he had warmth, an impetuosity that the Stephens don't have.'

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