Duncan Grant, ‘The Garden at Charleston’, Executed probably in the 1950s, Davis & Langdale Company, Inc.

Charleston is the Sussex farmhouse in which the artist lived with Vanessa Bell. For a view of this area of the garden today, see Quentin Bell and Virginia Nicholson, "Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Garden" (1997).

Signature: Signed and inscribed (at lower left, in ballpoint pen): dG Charleston

Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 2000, "Bloomsbury: Recent Acquisitions," no. 26 (checklist)

Ex coll: estate of the artist, until 2000; via Anthony d'Offay, London; to Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 2000; to private collection, from 2000 until 2017

About Duncan Grant

1885-1978, Scotland, United Kingdom