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Ottoline at Garsington book. Ottoline at Garsington: Memoirs of Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1915-1918. Gathorne-Hardy refers to several instances where stories about her were completely fabricated. 0571105556 (ISBN13: 9780571105557). Ottoline and her husband, Philip, were endlessly generous about inviting friends ( . Lawrence and his awful wife, Bertrand Russell, Siegfried Sassoon, Katherine Mansfield and plenty of other famous people) to stay at Garsington: for parties, overnights, weekends, and often months on end.
Continues Ottoline; the early memoirs of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Gathorne-Hardy, Robert, 1902-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
Lady Ottoline Violet Anne Morrell (16 June 1873 – 21 April 1938) was an English aristocrat and society hostess. Her patronage was influential in artistic and intellectual circles, where she befriended writers including Aldous Huxley, Siegfried Sassoon, T. S. Eliot and D. H. Lawrence, and artists including Mark Gertler, Dora Carrington and Gilbert Spencer.
Ottoline at Garsington : memoirs of Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1915–1918 by Ottoline Morrell, 1974. The Rare Book Game, George Sims, Holmes Publishing Company, 1985, p. 131. Category:English gardeners Category:English garden writers Category:1973 deaths Category:1902 births Category:20th-century botanists Category:People from West Berkshire District Category:20th-century English writers Category:20th-century English scientists.
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Find sources: "Robert Gathorne-Hardy" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (March 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Robert "Bob" Gathorne-Hardy (31 July 1902 – 11 February 1973) was an English garden writer. Gathorne-Hardy wrote about his own garden, his mother's garden, and that of his illustrator John Nash, each having their own point of view, their own distinct possibilities, and as he often said, . .their own snubs to give.
The Diary of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Part of the Macmillan Interviews and Recollections book series (IR). May 1917 Virginia Woolf came to tea with me. Authors and affiliations. She entered with such energy and vitality and seemed to me far the most imaginative and masterly intellect that I had met for many years. She played on life with her imagination as a Paderewski plays on the piano. 1 I was dazzled by her. Keywords. Literary History Crucial Moment Insoluble Problem Popular Fiction Close Touch.
Lady Ottoline Morrell, née Cavendish (1873-1938), half-sister of the sixth .
Lady Ottoline Morrell, née Cavendish (1873-1938), half-sister of the sixth Duke of Portland. Later, at the manor house at Garsington in Oxfordshire, her numerous guests also included Aldous Huxley, . Lawrence and Mark Gertler. Lady Ottoline recorded in her memoirs, without any clear indication of the year, that 'Simon Bussy, the French painter, a brother-in-law of Lytton Strachey, came to do a pastel sketch of me. Unfortunately, he found it impossible to accomplish and had to give it u. Simon Bussy stated in a letter of June 1952 that this portrait of her was probably painted about 1920.
1902-1973), Gardener and writer; son of 3rd Earl of Cranbrook. Robert ('Bob') Gathorne-Hardy. Society at Garsington'
1902-1973), Gardener and writer; son of 3rd Earl of Cranbrook. Hon. Sitter in 48 portraits Artist of 1 portrait. Society at Garsington'. possibly by Lady Ottoline Morrell vintage snapshot print, mid 1920s NPG Ax141019. Hartley; Sylvester Govett Gates; Bob Gathorne-Hardy and an unknown man. by Lady Ottoline Morrell vintage snapshot print, 1923 NPG Ax141395. Bob Gathorne-Hardy; Anthony Asquith; Sylvester Govett Gates. by Lady Ottoline Morrell vintage snapshot print, 1923 NPG Ax141426.
Lady Ottoline Morrell (1873–1938): daughter of Lieutenant-General Arthur Bentinck and half-sister to the . Her memoirs (ed. Robert Gathorne-Hardy) appeared as Ottoline (1963) and Ottoline at Garsington (1974).
Lady Ottoline Morrell (1873–1938): daughter of Lieutenant-General Arthur Bentinck and half-sister to the Duke of Portland. In 1902 she married Philip Morrell (1870–1941), Liberal MP for South Oxfordshire 1902–18. A patron of the arts, she entertained a notable literary and artistic circle, first at 44 Bedford Square, then at Garsington Manor, nr. Oxford, where she moved in 1915. See Miranda Seymour, Life on the Grand Scale: Lady Ottoline Morrell (1992, 1998).