Totawa, NJ and London: Rowman and Littlefield & Dawsons, 1973. small 4to. cloth. xv, 224 pages. Reprint of the 1953 edition. Illustrated. An important reference work on this English book illustrator. With a foreword by Walter Shewring. READ MORE about BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ERIC GILL
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Revised by D. Steven Corey and Julia Mackenzie.
Winchester: St Paul's Bibliographies, 1991. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xv, 368 pages. Revised by D. Steven Corey and Julia Mackenzie. Decades have passed since the death of Eric Gill (1882-1940) and yet the reputation of this remarkable artist and thinker continues to grow. Famous for his stone carving, wood engraving, type designs and writing, he has also found a wide appeal amongst a younger generation who are sympathetic to his outlook on life - to... READ MORE about ERIC GILL, A BIBLIOGRAPHY
Boston: David R. Godine Publisher, (1995). large 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 208 pages. First U.S. edition. A critical appraisal of Gill's inscriptional designs, with indices of persons and institutions commemorated as well as the location of the inscriptions. Included are 900 items from his first inscription on stone in 1901 to his design for his own gravestone. Appendices cover Gill's work on war memorials, heraldry, and the design of seals, medals, coins and stamps. It... READ MORE about ERIC GILL, THE INSCRIPTIONS