Duncan Grant, recipient: Vanessa Bell

Note from D.G. [Duncan Grant] to Vanessa Bell [London]

[30 January 1922]

Created by
Duncan Grant 1885–1978
Recipient
Vanessa Bell 1879–1961
Title
Note from D.G. [Duncan Grant] to Vanessa Bell [London]
Date
[30 January 1922]
Description
No address but possibly sent from Paris. The note is in reply to Bell's letter about a false alarm with Angelica [Bell], possibly that she may have fallen ill, preventing Vanessa getting to Paris. The message is written on the reverse of a printed card, which advertises the Hotel de Londres, 3 rue Bonaparte, Paris.
Format
Document - correspondence
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Purchased at Sotheby's Sale, 21st -22nd July 1980 [Lot numbers 201,204,208,211,223,224,227,228,229,233,239,245,250,261,262,266]. The letters were gathered from different rooms at Charleston Farmhouse (including the attics), by Quentin Bell, son of Vanessa and Clive Bell. They were lodged in the Library of King's College, Cambridge and then transferred to Sotheby 's in 1980 for the auction.
Reference
TGA 8010/5/1259

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