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    • Rachel Bennett

      The Omega Workshops, established in 1913 by members of the Bloomsbury group, consisted primarily of Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf). Their whimsical style and casual brushstrokes were applied to every surface such as folding screens, wallpaper, fabrics and ceramics. Spending much of their time at Charleston, a bohemian farmhouse in Sussex, Grant played host to the Bloomsbury group. Cortauld Institute & Christopher Farr have translated some of the artworks into rugs.

    • Tex Tillio

      Artwork interpreted as a rug. Original design by Vanessa Bell.

    • Alessandra Gulino d'Ambrosio

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    • Merrian Oliver-Weymouth

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    • Jan Power

      Vanessa Bell Omega Workshops designs

    • Matt Duncan

      Vanessa Bell for Omega Workshops

    • Lior Smith

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    • carol-anne ryce-paul

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