Vanessa Bell, Interior With a Table, 1921; © Tate, London.
Some imaginative color changes in the recent reproduction below, which is circulating without a clear indication that it's been altered. A pleasant background note from the Tate, where the work is located:
This picture was painted at La Maison Blanche, a villa just outside St. Topez which [Bell and Duncan Grant] rented from Bell's friend Rose Vildrac. They stayed there for five months [...] with Bell's children Quentin, Julian and Angelica. Bell wrote, 'It's delicious to be in the South — one forgets how nice it is — all the colors and the light and space and everything looking so baked through.'
Altered version of a painting by Vanessa Bell.
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