Eric Gill

British (1882 - 1940)
Eric Gill was a British artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a woodcut work attributed to Eric Gill (1882-1940) was C$625 - paid for "The Carrying of the Cross" at Heffel in Vancouver on Thu, Oct 29, 2015. has 3 auction art sale records for their woodcut results, with prices in the range of C$500 to C$1,000.

Saskatchewan NAC Auction House Biography and Notes

Eric Gill was an English sculptor, typeface designer, and printmaker who was associated with the Arts and Crafts movement. Gill studied at Chichester Technical and Art School, and in 1900 moved to London to train as an architect. He took evening classes in stonemasonry and calligraphy and in 1903 he gave up architectural training to become a calligrapher, letter-cutter and mason. In 1914, Gill produced sculptures for the stations of the cross in Westminster Cathedral and he designed several war memorials following World War I. He and Douglas Pepler founded St. Dominic's Press in 1915 and Gill contributed wood engravings and lettering for the press. In 1924 he was asked to do engravings for the Golden Cockerel Press for which he produced hundreds of engravings and dozens of books. Gill was made an associate of the Royal Academy in 1937 and of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 1938.

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