Three new drawings by Emma Rodgers now online

Paul Hogarth - Garsington Manor

    Paul Hogarth - Garsington Manor
    Lithograph on wove paper
    signed and numbered
    From the edition of 85
    Sheet size 65 x 85 cm
    Printed by Curwen press
    With the Embossed Curwen seal

    Paul Hogarth - Garsington Manor in the village of Garsington, near Oxford, England, is a country house, dating from the 17th century. It gained fame for its owner in the early 20th century,  Ottoline Morrell. Members of the Bloomsbury Group were often guests at the property with Ottoline and her wealthy husband Philip, who were both friends with a variety of artists, writers and intellectuals such as - D. H. Lawrence, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Foster, Bertrand Russell, Virginia Woolf and Siegfried Sassoon who were all visitors to the property.


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