From 1916—while remaining on good terms with her husband—she lived with Duncan Grant. Both of them painted vigorously into old age, even though their work went out of fashion after the Second World War. They spent a good deal of time in London and travelling abroad, but they lived mainly at Charleston Farmhouse, at Firle, Sussex, and did much painted decoration in the house; it has been restored as a Bloomsbury memorial and is open to the public (the couple are buried together nearby in Firle churchyard).


Text source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press)