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Photograph of 'Druad' chair designed by Roger Fry for the Omega Workshops.

Photograph of 'Druad' chair designed by Roger Fry for the Omega Workshops, Tate Archive

Omega Workshops, Bloomsbury Group, Roger Fry painted dressing table mirror & coffee table furniture

Designer makers of new Omega Workshops Bloomsbury Group Duncan Grant's painted 'Lilypond' coffee table

The chevron of the Omega Workshops, started by Roger Fry, which sold pottery and fabrics by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

Omega and After Lots of wonderful pictures - Various photographs for 'Omega and After', a book about the Bloomsbury set, Omega Workshops and Charleston House by Howard Grey and Isabelle Anscombe. Published by Thames and Hudson London.

* Omega Workshops 1913 Omega Workshops, as the enterprise was named, was an outpost of Bloomsbury in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia, where the likes of Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell and Nina Hamnett produced loose geometric patterns in bold colours, although it is often difficult to attribute individual contributions

Omega Workshops

* Omega Workshops 1913 Omega Workshops was an outpost of Bloomsbury where the likes of Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell and Nina Hamnett produced loose geometric patterns in bold colours.

large omega workshops pot

large omega workshops pot

It started with a jug...: life, one pot at a time... Omega Workshops Pottery

‘So the Omega Workshops closed down. The shades of the Post-Impressionists have gone to join the other shades; no trace of them is now to.

Omega Workshops (attributed to Duncan Grant), Abstract Design, Design for a scarf or rug - gouache and pencil on paper - possibly for a rug, c.1913-14 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Omega Workshops (attributed to Duncan Grant), Abstract Design, Design for a scarf or rug - gouache and pencil on paper - possibly for a Rug © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

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omega workshop

Omega Workshops (attributed to Duncan Grant) Design, 1913-15, The Courtauld Gallery © Estate of Duncan Grant. All rights reserved, DACS 2009.

Omega Workshops (attributed to Duncan Grant) Design, The Courtauld Gallery © Estate of Duncan Grant. All rights reserved, DACS

Duncan Grant, invito per la mostra degli Omega Workshops, ca 1913 © Mart Rovereto, 2012

Founded by Roger Fry, the Omega Workshops opened to the public in bringing the abstract forms and bold colours of modern art into the designs for furniture, textiles and other household accessories

Stool in Duncan Grant's bedroom at Charleston, upholstered in cross-stitched canvas by Duncan's mother, Ethel Grant, to his design

Stool in Duncan Grant's bedroom at Charleston, upholstered in cross-stitched canvas by Duncan's mother, Ethel Grant, to his design

Originally designed in 1913 by Roger Fry, the founder of the Omega Workshop. These lamp bases were usually painted by the women artists. Fry has still not received the honours he deserves, for originality, design and great use of colour. These lampstands are a case in point; both in shape and colour they looked forward to the Art Deco style (especially the stepped bases & fasceted tops. The 6 sided pieces near the top are especially difficult to make; not only are they 6 sided, but they are…

Omega Workshops / Bloomsbury Group painted furniture reproductions by The Design Service, TDS Design, Charlieroe

Charleston, Vanessa Bell's Bloomsbury home

Charleston, Vanessa Bell's Bloomsbury home - the dining room - table hand painted by Vanessa Bell, who would paint over it when it wore out.

33 Fitzroy Square, home of 'The Omega Workshops', established 1913 by members of the Bloomsbury Group. Lewis was a member of The Omega Workshops until he fell out with the founders - Roger Fry and Vanessa Bell.

Former home of the Omega Workshops from 1929 to 2003 the London Foot Hospital

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