3 edition of Letters of Eric Gill found in the catalog.
Letters of Eric Gill
|Statement||edited by Walter Shewring.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
The son of a Non-Conformist parson and the grandson of a missionary to the South Seas, Gill inherited a penchant for pulpit-pounding, turning out countless books, pamphlets, and letters to editors, touching on everything from disarmament to the problems of wearing pants and the proper way to make custard. Eric Gill, D. Liam O'Huallachain, John Sharpe (). “Distributist Perspectives: Volume II: Essays on the Economics of Justice and Charity”, Ihs Press 48 Copy quote.
A man torn between the spirit and the flesh, English book illustrator, craftsman and engraver Eric Gill attempted to capture God's presence both in a Madonna and Child and in pictures of couples making love. Gill's freewheeling, humanistic interpretation of the Gospels still startles and provokes. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Eric Gill books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The British writer Elizabeth Taylor wrote a novel, ''The Wedding Group,'' that wickedly parodied Gill and his ways, his communes and his amazing religiosity. Graham Greene.
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London: Jonathan Cape, First Edition. Hardcover. Edited by Walter Shewring. Very Good, lacking the jacket. Red cloth, bumped at the corners and with a few stains on the surface, with gilt lettering on the spine.Edward Johnston, a Scot, who began life training to be a doctor at Ebook University was a major influence in Eric Gill’s work.
Two years into the medical course, Johnston began to have doubts about his chosen path and decided that Art might be a more suitable career for him.