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Above, main picture: 'The Kitchen', 1914, by Duncan Grant, from the exhibition 'Art Made Modern' currently at the Courtauld Gallery. Above, clockwise from top right: 'The Mantlepiece', 1914, by Duncan Grant; 'Sainte Agnes, South of France', 1915, by Roger Fry; 'Oranges and Lemons', 1914, by Vanessa Bell; 'Self-Portrait', 1956, by Duncan Grant; 'Iris Tree', 1915, by Vanessa Bell; and 'Virginia Woolf', 1911, by Duncan Grant; all from the current Tate Gallery exhibition. 'Art

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Aunt Dan and Lemon

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Aunt Dan And Lemon Almeida, London

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