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“…We take a heart, and leave our own intact.Such are the cheap unworthy tricksThat lure the flesh and leave it slightly smutchedYet leave the final, difficult soul untouched,As honest as the cornfield and the ricks.” Vita Sackville-West

“…We take a heart, and leave our own intact. Such are the cheap unworthy tricks That lure the flesh and leave it slightly smutched. Yet leave the final, difficult soul untouched, As honest as the cornfield and the ricks.

Vita Sackville-West standing in for a farmer challenging the system: Clothes in Books

Vita Sackville-West standing in for a farmer challenging the system: Clothes in…

"The gardens are the joint creation of the writers Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West. Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis" T FALL TRAVEL - T Magazine

T FALL TRAVEL

The gardens at Sissinghurst are the joint creation of the writers Harold Nicolson & Vita Sackville-West ~ Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

Snowdrop paradise: a collector's dream - Telegraph

Snowdrop paradise: a collector's dream

Galanthophile John Sales discusses his passion for snowdrops and his days with the National Trust

Vita Sackville west | Vita Sackville-West by John Gay at Art on Demand Portraits

Victoria Mary (‘Vita’) Sackville-West by John Gay, © National Portrait Gallery, Lo

Vita Sackville-West: her passions in pictures - Telegraph

Vita Sackville-West: her passions in pictures

Vita and husband - Vita Sackville-West With her husband Harold Nicolson at Sissinghurst in 1933 . Together they worked on their gardens at Long Barn and Sissinghurst Castle. The pair had an open relationship, with both conducting same sex affairs.

Bar scene...

Reading at bar in Amsterdam. Photograph by Edwin Loekemeijer. Always observing. Trying to catch special moments. Seeing, feeling and absorbing the world around me. A passion for photography.

Inge Morath - England. 1961. Vita SACKVILLE-WEST.

Vita Sackville-West, 1961 photos by Inge Morath

Virginia Woolf, Vita Sackville-West and Vita’s sons Benedict and Nigel (1932).

Nigel Nicolson, V. (Victoria) Sackville-West, Benedict Nicolson, and Virginia Woolf standing in archway of Sissinghurst Garden (England) with a German Shepherd dog, undated.

Author and poet Vita Sackville-West taken by Lord Snowdon which feature in the exhibition

Lord Snowdon donates portraits of famous to National Gallery

Author and poet Vita Sackville-West taken by Lord Snowdon which feature in the exhibition “Small pleasures must correct great tragedies, therefore of gardens in the midst of war I bold tell.” ― Vita Sackville-West, The Garden.

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