A woodcut by Virginia Woolf’s sister Vanessa Bell to illustrate the short story “A String Quartet” in the Hogarth Press 1921 edition of the Monday or Tuesday collection. (via)

A woodcut by Virginia Woolf’s sister Vanessa Bell to illustrate the short story “A String Quartet” in the Hogarth Press 1921 edition of the Monday or Tuesday collection. (via)

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