Very good. 127 Pages. Institutional stamp on front endpaper. UNREAD. Bottom foredge is lightly marked. Eric Gill (1882-1940) was a celebrated stone-carver, engraver and letter-cutter, as well as a prolific speaker and writer on artistic, social and theological topics. His approach to work and art have had a deep influence on British cultural life.
Near Fine. 1992 Softcover 4to, 127pp. Illustrated in black and white with several color plates. Near fine with minor shelfwear, remainder mark to bottom edge. Small mark to half title page else clean and unmarked.
NF. Published in association with an exhibition of the same name orgainsed by Barbican Art Gallery. 127 pages, colour plates, illustrated throughout in black & white. Softcover book in near fine condition. Size: 11x8.5.
Gill, Eric. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 127 pages. Foreword by John Hoole of the Barbican followed by the text and the exhibition catalogue describing over 100 examples of Gill's work. Very well illustrated including some in color.
Fine. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Signed by the Author A superbly illustrated and scholarly account of the sculpture of Eric Gill. The catalogue of an exhibition held at the Barbican Art Gallery in 1992. 127pp. Laid in are two autograph letters signed from the author.
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