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Kim Marsland is an artist, illustrator and lecturer. She graduated from the Royal College of Art and went on to exhibit her paintings, as well as producing illustrations for numerous publications and companies such as Penguin, Times Newspapers and Bloomsbury. She was a senior lecturer in Illustration at the Kent Institute of Art & Design as well as a visiting lecturer at St Martins, City & Guilds and Cambridge College of Art.
"After Duncan Grant died in 1978, Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex
lost the last of its original Bloomsbury Group residents. With its
fate unclear, the house and contents remained undisturbed for many
years. In May 1981, Marsland (then an art student) made a visit to
take notes and photographs for an essay on the Bloomsbury Group.
Her unique record of Charleston shows the house just as Grant left
it cluttered with years of painting, collecting and family
-- "Sussex Life"