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Gill, Eric, 1882-1940

LC control no.n 50027765
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6013.I343
Personal name headingGill, Eric, 1882-1940
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Variant(s)A. E. R. G. (Arthur Eric Rowton Gill), 1882-1940
G., A. E. R. (Arthur Eric Rowton Gill), 1882-1940
Gill, Arthur Eric Rowton, 1882-1940
Gill, A. E. R., 1882-1940
E. P. J. G. (Eric Peter Joseph Gill), 1882-1940
G., E. P. J. (Eric Peter Joseph Gill), 1882-1940
Gill, Ėrik, 1882-1940
Гилл, Эрик, 1882-1940
See alsoFounded corporate body: St. Dominic's Press
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Founded corporate body: Hague & Gill
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Other standard no.Q551426
Birth date1882-02-22
Death date1940-11-17
Place of birthBrighton (England)
Place of deathUxbridge (London, England)
Field of activityType and type-founding
St. Dominic's Press
Profession or occupationStone carvers Engravers Typographers Sculptors Wood-engravers Artists Critics
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inHis Wood-engravings, being a selection of Eric Gill's engravings on wood ... 1924.
Pepler, H.D.C. Nisi Dominus, 1919: t.p. (E.P.J.G.)
Manuscript & inscription letters, 1909: cover (with 5 plates by A.E.R. Gill)
DNB, 1931-1940 (Gill, Arthur Eric Rowton, 1882-1940; Eric Gill; stonecarver, engraver, typographer, author; Tertiary of Dominican Order)
New Encycl. Britannica (Gill, Arthur Eric Rowton, 1882-1940; with H.D.C. Pepler founded St. Dominic's Press in 1915)
Bénézit (Gill, Eric Arthur Rowton Peter Joseph; sculptor and wood engraver, Ditchling Common, Sussex; 1882-1940)
British Library. Modern British and American private presses (1850-1965), c1976: p. 161, etc. (author statements: Eric Gill, A.E.R.G. [this latter on, among others, the work titled God and the dragon, which is earlier ed. of Nisi Dominus])
Oxford dictionary of national biography, 3 June 2014 (Gill, (Arthur) Eric Rowton; born 22 February 1882 in Brighton, Sussex; died 17 November 1940 in Harefield Hospital, Uxbridge; artist, craftsman, and social critic)
Razmyshlenii︠a︡ o trudakh ... 2018: title page (Эрик Гилл = Ėrik Gill) title page verso (Eric Gill)
Associated languageeng