Eric Gill Artwork Collection Gill Artwork

finding aid by Rebecca Fenning Marschall
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
2022
2520 Cimarron Street
Los Angeles 90018
clark@humnet.ucla.edu


Contributing Institution: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Title: Eric Gill Artwork Collection
Identifier/Call Number: Gill Artwork
Physical Description: 56 boxes
Date (inclusive): 1887-2003
Abstract: This collection contains original artwork and other visual material produced by or related to British artist, designer and sculptor Eric Gill. In addition to drawings, woodblocks, and other unique works, it also contains reproductions, photographs and supporting documentation. Gill's archive of correspondence, business records, and other primarily textual material is cataloged in a separate Clark finding aid as the Eric Gill Archive. 
Language of Material: English .

Access to Collection

Collection is open for research; access requires at least 24 hours advance notice.

Acquisition and Provenance

The Clark's first Director, Lawrence Clark Powell, began collecting Eric Gill's art and manuscripts in the late 1940s and 1950s. He arranged with a London bookseller to act as liaison with the Gill family, which eventually designated the Clark to be the major repository of Gill's manuscripts and correspondence. The Clark Library has also collected Gill artwork through additional purchases and gifts over time.

Arrangement of Collection

This container list is currently organized in CEG number order. Related works are not necessarily grouped together, so keyword searching for specific materials is strongly recommended. Though most of these materials are digitized and available via the UCLA Digital Library , individual links to items are not yet included here.

Biographical Note

Son of a non-conformist minister, one of twelve children, Eric Gill was born in Brighton in 1882 and brought up in Chichester, where he attended art school and learned the rudiments of drawing. At the age of eighteen he went to London to work in an architect's office. The Arts and Crafts movement, then in its first flowering, offered an exciting alternative to the "wage slavery" of the office as well as the opportunity to make his living independently. Instead of studying architecture in the evenings, Gill learned the art of carving inscriptions in stone, attending masonry classes at Westminster Technical School & lettering courses at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. His teacher at the Central School was Edward Johnston, an expert calligrapher and an eloquent proponent of Arts and Crafts techniques. By 1904 Gill was self-employed, supporting himself and his wife by carving lettering on public buildings as well as tombstones & memorial tablets for private clients. At this time, Gill's interest in art, religion, and politics were developing in diverse, often contradictory directions. His first experiments in sculpture won the approval of influential artists and critics who admired the primitive vigor of his work and also its technical polish, a combination that prompted flattering comparisons with archaic sculpture on one hand and the newly fashionable Post-Impressionist art on the other. Gill never quite renounced his heritage in the Arts and Crafts or the patronage of the London art world, but he adamantly refused to be identified simply as a craftsman or an artist. He dabbled in socialism, attended meetings of the Fabian Society, and spoke vociferously against the factory system. But he soon wearied of the discipline and obligations of political action, left London, and joined a community of craftsmen in Ditchling, Sussex. While at Ditchling, he and his wife converted to Catholicism and founded there a reconstituted religious community linked with the Dominican order, the Guild of SS. Joseph and Dominic. Sculpture continued to occupy Gill during the Ditchling period (1907-1924) - perhaps most importantly the Stations of the Cross at Westminster Cathedral and the War Memorial at Leeds University - but at the same time Gill mastered other skills and developed other sources of income. His lettering was in great demand not just for stone inscriptions, but also for painted signs and printing, particularly buildings, title pages, and chapter headings. Characteristically, Gill learned wood engraving to have better control over how his lettering was printed. He also began to experiment with printmaking and book illustration, trying his hand at the handpress and learning the first principles of typography and composition. In 1924 Gill moved his family and studio to a deserted, half-ruined monastery in South Wales. The monastery of Capel-y-ffin provided a perfect setting for Gill to build his ideal religious community without unwelcome publicity or intrusions from the outside world. He found a new market for his wood engravings in the Golden Cockerel Press. Increasingly intrigued by typography and its possibilities for independent self-expression, Gill not only catered to book collectors and bibliophiles but also to trade printers through the Monotype Corporation, which commissioned from him a series of distinguished typefaces. As his fame and business grew, so did the demands on his facilities, time, and energy. Gill brought his family closer to London in 1928, settling at Pigotts, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. In 1929 Gill reached the highpoint of his career: several major monographs appeared on his sculpture; a complete collection of his engravings was published in a lavishly printed limited edition; and a selection of his polemical essays was printed at his own press inaugurating a typeface of his own design. Within a year he suffered a breakdown from overwork. Although he never fully recovered, he remained formidably busy during the rest of his life. He designed and built a church, carved massive public sculptures for the BBC headquarters and of the London Underground, as well as huge panels for the League of Nations building in Geneva. Along with these prestigious commissions came more honors: he was elected an Honorary Associate of the Institute of British Architects, and Associate of the Royal Academy, and one of the first Royal Designers for Industry. Despite failing health, he wrote his Autobiography during 1940 and kept hard at work to the very end. translation of the Psalms, kept up his accounts, and wrote the last entries in his voluminous diaries. He died on November 17, 1940 at the age of fifty-eight after an unsuccessful operation. When he died, he left behind more than a thousand engravings; at least one hundred and fifty books with his illustrations; designs for eleven different typefaces; and countless sculptures and inscriptions on city buildings, Catholic churches, and public squares throughout England.

Preferred Citation Format

[Title of Item], [CEG number], [Box/Folder]. Eric Gill Artwork Collection. UCLA. Clark (William Andrews) Memorial Library

Processing History

Previous to 2010, the majority of the Clark's Gill Artwork collection was described in an in-house card catalog. From 2010-2013, Jennifer Bastian described and photographed the majority of the collection, giving each artwork a unique identifier, referred to in this finding aid as a "CEG number." From 2020-2022, Rebecca Fenning Marschall physically reprocessed portions of the collections and created this EAD finding aid.

Related Materials

* Digitized artwork from this collection is available via the UCLA Digital Library 

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of original artwork, printing blocks, photographs and other visual material produced by or related to artist and designer Eric Gill. Items include prints, printing blocks, drawings, sketchbooks, photographs, architectural plans, ephemera, and artists' proofs, as well as broadsides, posters and printed reproductions.

Publication Rights Information

Copyright has not been assigned to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

box Gill art 6

Three Pencil Nudes CEG1 1939 January

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

A sketchbook with three pencil nudes: female, back view from shoulders to knees; male, front view from chest to knees; male genitals.
box Gill art 10, folder 18

Untitled CEG2 undated

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a female figure with arms raised. Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 18

Design for VVVV, "Stand" [?] at Olympia CEG3 undated

General

41

Scope and Contents

Sketch of design plans for a building. Initialed in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 10, folder 18

"Salmon & Ody, 292 Strand" CEG4 undated

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Architectural drawing of the front of a building. Annotated in Gill's hand, "Salmon Ody & Co., 292 Strand. W.C. AERG."
box Gill art 10, folder 18

Untitled CEG5 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of a chimney pot.
box Gill art 10, folder 17

Stopham Bridge CEG6 undated

Physical Description: 7 x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of Stopham Bridge.
box Gill art 10, folder 17

Bognor CEG7 undated

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of a sunset, beach, pier and sea at Bognor.
box Gill art 10, folder 17

Untitled CEG8 about 1899

Physical Description: 6 ¾ x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of rooftops and cathedral (probably Chichester).
box Gill art 11, folder 5

Untitled CEG9 about 1899

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a portion of St. David's Cathedral, this one being the side aisle along the nave.
box Gill art 11, folder 5

Untitled CEG10 about 1899

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a portion of St. David's Cathedral, this one being the side aisle along the nave.
box Gill art 11, folder 5

Vaughn Chapel, St. David's Cathedral CEG11 about 1899

Physical Description: 9 x 14 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a portion of St. David's Cathedral, this one being the Vaughn Chapel.
box Gill art 13, folder 9

Sir Christopher Wren's Towers, Westminster Abbey CEG12 1900

Physical Description: 3 x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Small drawing of the towers designed by the Architect Christopher Wren at Westminster Abbey.
box Gill art 13, folder 9

Untitled (Lutyens, Godalming) CEG13 about 1900

Physical Description: 10 ¾ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor of cathedral interior, lettered at bottom right corner "AERG M.C.M" [On verso, in pencil, is written "Jane Lister a dear child died Oct. 7th 1688…"] Reference is made in Evan Gill's Inscriptional work of Eric Gill (1964), item 1, to Eric Gill's first letter-cutting on stone, this inscription, inspired by a wall tablet in Westminster Abbey Cloisters.
box Gill art 13, folder 9

Untitled (Lutyens, Godalming) CEG14 about 1904

Physical Description: 7 x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of the front of a building in Godalming. An example of Lutyens architecture. Signed and dated by Gill. Loose sketches of other buildings on verso.
box Gill art 13, folder 9

Dean's Yard, Westminster CEG15 about 1902

Physical Description: 9 x 16"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of the Dean's Yard, Westminster, identified and signed AERG.
box Gill art 10, folder 16

Ghent CEG16 1907 July

Physical Description: 6 ¾ x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a row of buildings in Ghent. Signed AERG and dated.
box Gill art 10, folder 16

Near Bath CEG17 1907 May 16

Physical Description: 10 x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Ink sketch of the landscape of Bath. Titled and dated in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 10, folder 16

Petra's Jersey CEG18 1922 February 17

Physical Description: 7 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a clothed partial torso and arm. Dated and signed "EG.". Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 15

Untitled CEG19 1924 May-July

Physical Description: 3 ¼" x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Architectural sketch for the Parish Church, Caldey Island. N.B. All these measurements refer to wall thicknesses except the 3'.9" & the 7'.10". Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 15

Untitled CEG20 1924 July 29

Physical Description: 3 ½ x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Postcard correspondence regarding the the Parish Church, Caldey Island project. Postcard mailed to Gill at Ditchling by "D. Michael O.S.B." Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 15

Untitled CEG21 1924 May-July

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Note on lined paper that states, "Window measures 4.5' x 1.5'." Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 15

Parish Church, Caldey Island, N. Side CEG22 1924 July 5

Physical Description: 7 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Architectural sketch of the North side of the Parish Church, Caldey Island. Measurements are included. Dated and initialed in Gill's hand. Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 10, folder 15

Parish Church, Caldey Island, W. End CEG23 1924 July 5

Physical Description: 7 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Architectural sketch of the West side of the Parish Church, Caldey Island. Measurements are included. Dated and initialed in Gill's hand. Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
box Gill art 11, folder 5

Chimney of mined cottage at Capel-y-ffin CEG24 1926

Physical Description: 13 x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of chimney partially destroyed by a mine. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 11, folder 5

Untitled (At Salies) CEG25 1926 May 4

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of house at Salies, seen through foliage. Signed and dated in Gill's hand. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1973 (accession MS.1973.014).
box Gill art 11, folder 5

"At Loustau's, Salies-de-Beem" CEG26 1928 April 22

Physical Description: 8 x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of interior of a restaurant. Signed and dated in Gill's hand. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1973 (accession MS.1973.015)
box Gill art 11, folder 6

Salies-de-Bearn, B-P CEG27 1928 May 2

Physical Description: 15 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Architectural drawing of a doorway at Salies-de-Bearn.
box Gill art 11, folder 6

Licq-atherey CEG28 1928 May 2

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a house built alongside a road in the Pyrenees foothills. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 11, folder 6

Untitled ["with mirror"] CEG29 1915 June 27

Physical Description: 9 x 12 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Nude self-portrait drawing of the torso and legs, three drawings on the same page. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 11, folder 6

Untitled CEG30 1915 June 27

Physical Description: 12 ¼ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Nude self-portrait drawing of the torso and legs, while seated.
box Gill art 3, folder 13

Untitled CEG31 undated

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 12 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two hands in a handshake. Drawn on the wrist on the left are the initials "AF," and drawn on the wrist on the right are the initials "LC."
box Gill art 3, folder 13

Untitled (21) CEG32 undated

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of hands playing what appears to be a flute.
box Gill art 3, folder 13

Untitled CEG33 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two hands in a handshake.
box Gill art 3, folder 13

Untitled (Ethel) CEG34 undated

Scope and Contents

Drawing of the side of a hand, bending downward from the wrist.
box Gill art 3, folder 14

Untitled (Ethel) CEG35 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of the side of a hand, bending downward from the wrist.
box Gill art 3, folder 14

Untitled (Ethel) CEG36 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of the side of a hand, bending downward from the wrist.
box Gill art 3, folder 14

Untitled (Ethel) CEG37 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10

Scope and Contents

Drawing of the back of a hand with the fingers pointing downward.
box Gill art 3, folder 14

Untitled (Ethel) CEG38 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand from the side, bent upward from the wrist.
box Gill art 2, folder 1

Untitled CEG39 undated

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two hands and forearms, one above the other.
box Gill art 2, folder 1

Untitled CEG40 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

sketch of two hands making a fist.
box Gill art 2, folder 1

Untitled CEG41 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a hand resting on top of an orb-like object.
box Gill art 2, folder 1

Untitled CEG42 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand grasping a staff or rod.
box Gill art 2, folder 2

Untitled CEG43 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a hand, viewed from the side.
box Gill art 2, folder 2

Untitled CEG44 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a hand, viewed from the side, bent downward from the wrist.
box Gill art 2, folder 2

Untitled CEG45 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of the back of a hand with the fingers pointing downward.
box Gill art 2, folder 2

Untitled CEG46 undated

Physical Description: 7 x 5 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a hand resting on what may be a knee. The hand has a ring on the fourth finger. Sketch of similarly resting hand on verso.
box Gill art 2, folder 3

Untitled CEG47 undated

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of an extended hand, lightly shaded. Reverse has numbers and shapes drawn on it.
box Gill art 2, folder 3

Untitled CEG48 undated

Physical Description: 10 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a child at a woman's breast, with a hand drawn to the left.
box Gill art 2, folder 3

Untitled CEG49 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand bent downward at the wrist, with two fingers and thumb extended. Light pencil sketch on verso.
box Gill art 2, folder 3

Untitled CEG50 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½" x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Two gridded drawings of a hand holding a tool, perhaps a chisel. The same drawings are traced on the reverse, with text in Gill's hand explaining how the tool is used.
box Gill art 2, folder 4

Untitled CEG51 undated

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand holding what appears to be a partial human figure. Also within the composition is a rectangular surface with two candlesticks on it.
box Gill art 2, folder 4

Untitled CEG52 undated

Physical Description: 10 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two hands, palms facing downward.
box Gill art 2, folder 4

Untitled (Ethel) CEG53 1909

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Two sketches on one page of a hand holding a breast.
box Gill art 2, folder 4

Untitled CEG54 1913 August 22

Physical Description: 10 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of 3 hands in various positions.
box Gill art 2, folder 5

Untitled CEG55 1913 August 22

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand from the side, overlapping a female face seen from a three-quarter view. Initialed and dated in Gill's hand, along with the phrase "from Geering" [or "from Seering?"].
box Gill art 2, folder 5

Untitled CEG56 1913 November

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand grasping pieces of thread, fabric or rope. Initialed and dated in Gill's hand, along with the phrase "from Geering" [or "from Seering?"].
box Gill art 2, folder 5

Untitled CEG57 1913 November

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of two hands grasping what appears to be a rod or staff. Initialed and dated in Gill's hand, along with the phrase "from Geering" [or "from Seering?"].
box Gill art 2, folder 5

Untitled CEG58 1914 June 10

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand making a fist. Initialed and dated in Gill's hand, along with the phrase "from Geering" [or "from Seering?"].
box Gill art 12, folder 6

Ethel, Knitting CEG59 1916

Physical Description: 10 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Two hands drawn in the process of knitting. Annotated in Gill's hand: "Ethel, Knitting"
box Gill art 2, folder 6

Untitled CEG60 1915 April

Physical Description: 10 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of an elbow and forearm to the wrist.
box Gill art 2, folder 6

Untitled CEG61 1923 February 18

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand, palm up
box Gill art 2, folder 7

Untitled CEG62 1923 February 19

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a hand from the mid-forearm down. Annotated in Gill's hand saying "from Petra" which indicates that this may be a drawing from Petra to her father.
box Gill art 2, folder 7

Untitled CEG63 1928 May 5

Physical Description: 9 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of two hands.
box Gill art 2, folder 7

Untitled CEG64 1928 May 7

Physical Description: 9 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of hands in three poses.
box Gill art 2, folder 8

Untitled CEG65 1931 April 10

Scope and Contents

Drawing of hand pointing on both recto and verso (the hands are facing in opposite directions)
box Gill art 2, folder 8

Untitled (for S. Thos. More) CEG66 1937 November 5

Physical Description: 10 ¾ x 9 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two hands grasping a square object that may be a book. Annotated in Gill's hand: "from AF" and "for S. Thos. More"
box Gill art 12, folder 6

Untitled (DMH ) CEG67 1938 March 19

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 14 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of hand and forearm in two poses. Annotated in Gill's hand: "DMH" and initialed "EG."
box Gill art 2, folder 9

Untitled CEG68 1927 July 12

Physical Description: 9 x 11 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a seated nude male figure shown from the foot to the waist.
box Gill art 2, folder 9

Untitled CEG69 1925 May 10

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a knee from the front.
box Gill art 2, folder 9

Untitled CEG70 1923 May 9

Physical Description: 6 x 7"

Scope and Contents

A foot and ankle drawn in two poses. Annotated in Gill's hand: "EG from D.J."
box Gill art 2, folder 10

Untitled CEG71 1918 August 19

Scope and Contents

2 sketches of a male nude on one page, (1) showing a shoulder and portion of an outstretched arm and torso; (2) showing a slightly bent knee with portions of thigh and calf.
box Gill art 2, folder 10

Untitled (Ethel) CEG72 1909

Scope and Contents

Drawing of two feet, crossed at the ankle.
box Gill art 2, folder 10

Untitled CEG73 undated

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of two feet, each at a different angle.
box Gill art 2, folder 11

Untitled CEG74 undated

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a baby's bent leg, from thigh to toes.
box Gill art 2, folder 11

Untitled CEG75 undated

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a baby or small child's bent leg, from thigh to toes and sketch of same leg from the back, with foot slightly raised.
box Gill art 2, folder 11

Untitled CEG76 undated

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a foot from just above the ankle to the toes.
box Gill art 2, folder 11

Untitled CEG77 undated

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a foot from above
box Gill art 3, folder 1

Untitled CEG78 undated

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a nude figure's legs and feet in various positions.
box Gill art 3, folder 1

Untitled CEG79 undated

Physical Description: 7 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of nude figure's legs in different poses.
box Gill art 3, folder 1

Untitled CEG80 undated

Physical Description: 10 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of arm from side and foot and calf from bottom and side.
box Gill art 1, folder 1

Untitled CEG2406 about 1910

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Gridded off sketch of two feet, with a hand grasping one ankle. Clark purchase, 1987 (accession MS.1987.002).
box Gill art 1, folder 1

Untitled CEG81 1926 February 22

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

General

DC56?

Scope and Contents

Two poses of a nude female figure, one a side view and the other a three-quarter view. On the bottom are the initials "EG" and the words "from photos."
box Gill art 3, folder 2

Untitled CEG82 1926 June 2

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude male figure in two poses, one seen from behind (mainly torso) and one a detail of the back of the left arm and shoulder.
box Gill art 3, folder 2

Untitled CEG83 1926 June 2

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude male figure, shown from shoulders to knees, with arms lifted.
box Gill art 3, folder 2

Untitled CEG84 1926 June 2

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude male sketch showing the figure from torso to knees.
box Gill art 3, folder 2

Untitled CEG85 1926 June 2

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude male torso seen from the left side with arm lifted.
box Gill art 3, folder 3

Untitled CEG86 1926 June 3

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude female figures in two different poses, one standing and one seated.
box Gill art 3, folder 3

Untitled CEG87 1926 June 3

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Seated nude female figure, drawn from neck to knees.
box Gill art 3, folder 3

Untitled CEG88 1926 June 3

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Nude female figure. Drawn standing with arms crossed. Shown from torso to mid-calf.
box Gill art 3, folder 3

Untitled CEG89 1926 June 3

Physical Description: 8 x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Seated nude female figure, drawn in two poses with legs crossed..
box Gill art 3, folder 4

Untitled CEG90 1926 May 29

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 5/8"

General

4

Scope and Contents

Seated, nude female figure. Figure is drawn from shoulders to knees.
box Gill art 3, folder 4

Untitled CEG91 1926 May 29

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Seated, nude female figure. Figure is drawn with arms reaching upward, but only shown from armpit to above the ankle.
box Gill art 3, folder 4

Untitled CEG92 1926 May 29

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Three nude female figures, their bodies leaning forward. Each one is seen from the shoulders to about the knees..
box Gill art 3, folder 4

Untitled CEG93 1926 May 29

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Seated, nude female figure, seen from the front. Signed with initials "EG."
box Gill art 3, folder 4

Untitled CEG94 1926 May 29

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 5/8"

General

3

Scope and Contents

Nude female reclining, seen from torso to knees. Signed with initials "EG."
box Gill art 4, folder 1

Nude CEG95 1926 May 14

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 16"

Scope and Contents

Study of a woman's torso done in pencil, shaded and completely drawn, signed E.G.
box Gill art 4, folder 1

Nude CEG96 1926 May 13

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 16 ½" mounted to 16 x 21 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Pencil drawing of a nude, seated female torso.
box Gill art 4, folder 1

Nude CEG97 1927

Physical Description: 8 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Pencil drawing of a nude, seated female torso.
box Gill art 4, folder 2

Nude CEG98 1927 April 3

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 12 ½" mounted to 13 ¾ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Female figure, full-length, sloping body and head, folded arms resting on knee. Inscribed in pencil by artists, "From Eliz. (and given to her 19.8.'27"
box Gill art 4, folder 2

Nude CEG99 1927 April 26

Physical Description: 8 x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Female torso, standing, in pencil.
box Gill art 4, folder 2

Nude CEG100 1927 April 26

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Female torso in pencil
box Gill art 4, folder 2

Nude CEG101 1927 December 18

Physical Description: 14x20"

Scope and Contents

Female figure, side and back view, lifting leg upward, in pencil.
box Gill art 39, folder 13

Paris Sketchbook CEG102-CEG113 1938

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 10 drawings in a 9 x 11 ½" case

Scope and Contents

12 nudes drawn from life, some dated August 29, 1938. With accompanying note from Joanna Gill: "A collection of pages from a sketch book used by my Father Eric Gill in Paris, Joanna Hague (nee Gill)." Removed from original housing, which is now stored in Gill Artwork Box 40. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1968 (accession MS.1968.020).
box Gill art 4, folder 3

Nude CEG114 1928 February 29

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Female figure in pencil.
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Nude CEG115 1928 March

Physical Description: 11 ¾ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Female ¾ front view of figure standing, with right hand on hip. In pencil.
box Gill art 4, folder 3

Nude CEG116 1928 March 4

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Female figure, seated cross-legged with hands folded across breast. In pencil.
box Gill art 4, folder 3

Nude CEG117 1928 March 27

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 18"

Scope and Contents

Female nude, delicately shaded. Clark purchase, Hamill & Barker, 1965 (accession MS.1965.006)
box Gill art 4, folder 4

Nude CEG118 1928 April 9

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 18"

Scope and Contents

Female figure, full-length, stooping, head is only slightly indicated. In pencil.
box Gill art 4, folder 4

Nude CEG119 1928 May 5

Physical Description: 9 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Female, seated. Drawing is in pencil, hair is colored with yellow crayon, cloth is colored with orange crayon.
box Gill art 4, folder 4

Nude CEG120 1928 October 5

Physical Description: 8x11" mounted to 12x16"

Scope and Contents

Female figure in pencil, with hair colored brown with crayon. Figure is seated, with chin resting on knees and arms encircling legs.
box Gill art 1, folder 4

Untitled CEG121 1928 November 5

Physical Description: 6 7/8 x 8 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Girl, nude to waist, seated on end of her bed. Caption in pencil by Gill: "It may be life, but ain't it dull?" Removed from mat. Purchase, Maggs, 1965 (accession Ms.1965.011) ; their description of item included with item
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Nude CEG122 1931 January 28

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 18 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Male figure, full length, erect with partially drawn head posed upward and right arm held up, bent at the elbow.
box Gill art 4, folder 4

Nude CEG123 1937 November 21

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 15 ½"

Scope and Contents

Female, front-side view, evidently dancing with left foot and left arm backward and raised.
box Gill art 1, folder 5

Hosanna in Excelsis CEG124 undated

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 3 ½"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor drawing of Jesus Christ riding a donkey, with 3 followers on each side of the donkey, and letter above, "Hosanna in Excelsis." Purchase, Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.011).
box Gill art 1, folder 5

Untitled CEG125 1928 April 29

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 8 (image itself is much smaller: 2 ¼ x 8")

Scope and Contents

Watercolor of a girl in profile holding flowers.
box Gill art 1, folder 5

Krishna and Parvati CEG126 1926 March 18

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 5"

Scope and Contents

Nude male and female figures embracing in a night landscape.
box Gill art 1, folder 3

Untitled CEG127 1921 December

Physical Description: Each page is 7 ½ x 10 ¾" and together, mounted, they measure 7 ½ x 16"

Scope and Contents

Three portraits drawn in profile; Gill's wife Mary Ethel Gill on the left and Petra and Elizabeth Gill on the right. Annotated in Gill's hand on the bottom, "For Elizabeth, Christmas 1921."
box Gill art 1, folder 2

Untitled (Self-Portrait) CEG129 1908 January 23

Scope and Contents

Self-portrait (early drawing, in ink, showing Gill lettering a stone which reads "The utmost for the highest"). Below the drawing a note is lettered saying, "Here is a picture of Daddy's workshop for his little daughter…etc." Drawing is on postcard, and the reverse shows it was addressed to Elizabeth Gill at Ditchling. Clark purchase, G.F. Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.010).
box Gill art 1, folder 6

"E.G. as seen by student at Academie de le gde Chaumiére, Paris" CEG130 1926 June

Scope and Contents

Pencil drawing of Gill's head and shoulders from behind. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1973 (accession MS.1973.012).
box Gill art 4, folder 5

Pencil portrait of a woman CEG131 1927 December 17

Physical Description: 11.25 x 15.5"

Scope and Contents

Portrait of a woman.
box Gill art 4, folder 6

"Mrs. John Rothenstein" CEG132 1930 July

Physical Description: 13 x 16"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch of Mrs. Rothenstein's bust. Orange crayon on the verso softly colors the drawing from behind.
box Gill art 4, folder 6

"Drawing of Mrs. John Rothenstein begun at Weimar, July 1930 EG" CEG133 1930 July 7

Physical Description: 14 x 18"

Scope and Contents

Pencil drawing of Mrs. Rothenstein's bust. Signed, dated and titled in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 4, folder 7

Yellow Coat (Bertha Green) CEG134 1932 March 13

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of Bertha Green in profile. Heightened lightly in color.
box Gill art 4, folder 8

Evelyn Clay CEG135 undated

Physical Description: 22 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Portrait of Evelyn Clay in a three-quarter view.
box Gill art 4, folder 9

Lord Rutherford CEG136 1932 December 13

Physical Description: 10 x 13 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of Lord Rutherford in three-quarter view, smoking a cigarette. Annotated in Gill's hand
box Gill art 4, folder 9

David Pepler CEG137 1934 September 3

Physical Description: 12 x 16"

Scope and Contents

Three-quarter view drawing of David Pepler, signed in Gill's hand.
box Gill art 4, folder 9

Untitled (from D.M.H.) CEG138 1939 June 6

Physical Description: 10 x 15 ¼"

General

44

Scope and Contents

Drawing of female figure (D.M.H.) from the shoulders up. Woman is wearing her hair in braids.
box Gill art 4, folder 9

After G. G. Coulton, St. John's College, Cambridge CEG139 1939 September 9

Physical Description: 9 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Three-quarter view drawing of G. G. Coulton. Dated, signed and annotated in Gill's hand: "but he wouldn't keep still, he corrected me all the time."
box Gill art 4, folder 10

League of Nations CEG140 1935 July 6

Physical Description: 20 ¼ x 8 ¾" mounted on sheet measuring 20 ¾ x 12 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing for wall decoration of foyer of the Council Chamber, League of Nations Building. Signed, annotated & dated 6.July'35. Inscribed by Gill "Scale 1/50th full size." Shows doors to the Council chamber and the frescoes, with lettering in red ink, above them. Some figures are heightened with peach colored pencil. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.010).
box Gill art 4, folder 10

League of Nations CEG141 1935 July 6

Physical Description: 19 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing for wall decoration of foyer of the Council Chamber, League of Nations Building. Signed, annotated & dated 6.July'35. Inscribed by Gill "Scale 1/50th full size." Shows doors to the Council chamber and the frescoes, with lettering in red ink, above them. Some figures are heightened with peach colored pencil. This drawing includes two details of the left and right relief carvings (at ½" scale, with ½ equaling 1 foot).
box Gill art 1, folder 7

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG142 undated

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Three sketches of a reclining nude male figure.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG143.1 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Five small sketches depicting a group of animals, a group of people, two hands reaching toward one another, a single hand, and an elbow.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG143.2 undated

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a group of figures leaning together toward some Latin text.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG144 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Three sketches of a reclining nude male figure.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG145 undated

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a nude male figure's penis, presumably gridded off for carving reference.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG146 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of several different views of hands, as well as a leg heightened in orange crayon.
box Gill art 1, folder 8

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG147.1 undated

Physical Description: 9 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Two sketches of a nude male figure reaching toward a disembodied hand.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG147.2 undated

Physical Description: 9 x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a reclining nude figure reaching toward a disembodied hand.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG148.1 & CEG148.2 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 9 and 5 ¾ x 4 (respectively)

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch of two panels depicting gatherings of animals and humans, and what appears to be a Gill business card mounted on another piece of cardstock.
box Gill art 1, folder 8

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG149.1 undated

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 4

Scope and Contents

Two gridded off drawings. On the left, a group of human figures leaps upward from the left, and on the right a group of animals leaps upward to the left.
box Gill art 1, folder 8

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG149.2 undated

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of reclining nude male figure reaching toward a disembodied hand. Drawing is gridded off as for carving reference.
box Gill art 4, folder 11

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG150.1 & 150.2 undated

Physical Description: 9 x 13 ½"

Scope and Contents

Two sketches of reclining nude male figure reached toward a disembodied hand. This appears to be the same image in two stages of planning progress.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG151 1937-1938

Physical Description: 19 ¾ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of one panel for the League of Nations project. Segments of the drawing are numbered to indicate how the pieces are being sent. Annotated in Gill's hand to note what parts of the panels had and had not been sent.
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Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG152 1937-1938

Physical Description: 16 ½ x 12 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a panel gridded off for carving. Depicts a reclined nude male figure reaching toward a disembodied hand. Text on panel heightened in red ink, and measurements annotated in Gill's hand.
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Untitled (Geneva Sculptures) CEG153 1937-1938

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two panels, within which segments are numbered to indicate how the pieces are being sent. Annotated in Gill's hand to note what parts of the panels were sent at what date.
box Gill art 4, folder 12

Untitled (League of Nations sketches) CEG154 1937-1938

Physical Description: 13 ½ x 12 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of two gridded off panels, presumably for carving reference. Panel on the left depicts group of human figures leaping to the right, and the panel on the right depicts a group of animal figures leaping to the left. Latin text is also included in the panels, and red ink measurements in Gill's hand annotate the grids.
box Gill art 4, folder 12

Geneva (League of Nations sketches) CEG155 1936 July 13

Physical Description: 19 ½ x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a panel for the League of Nations project. Panel depicts a nude male figure reclining, reaching toward a disembodied hand. A grid covers the drawing, presumably as reference for carving.
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Geneva [League of Nations] CEG156 1936 July 20

Physical Description: 33 x 17 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Original sketches for bas relief stone triptych "The Recreation of Man" in the council lobby of the Peace Palace, League of Nations, Geneva. Group II.
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Untitled (Right panel) CEG157 about 1936

Physical Description: 33 ½ x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing for the right panel depicts several animals in profile moving toward the left.
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Geneva CEG158 1936 July 20

Physical Description: 17 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. The drawing depicts the profile a man with wavy hair and a beard.
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Untitled CEG159 about 1936

Physical Description: 30 x 20 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing is for a panel of text and reads, "NOSEUM."
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Center Panel CEG160 about 1936

Physical Description: 30 x 26 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. This panel consists of a few small scenes, including animals, hands and male genitalia.
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Untitled CEG161 about 1936

Physical Description: 31 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing appears to be for the left panel and shows a number of figures moving toward the right.
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Geneva, Left panel CEG162 about 1936

Physical Description: 34 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Depicted in the left panel are a number of figures moving in profile toward the right.
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Right panel CEG163 about 1936

Physical Description: 30 ¾ x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing for the right panel depicts several animals in profile moving toward the left.
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Untitled CEG164 about 1936

Physical Description: 69 ¼ x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Item is a rubbing of text for one of the panels.
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Untitled CEG165 about 1936

Physical Description: 35 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Item is a rubbing of text for one of the panels. Text reads, "ET OVES UAE EJUS EJUS PASCUAE."
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Untitled CEG166 undated

Physical Description: 24 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Item is a rubbing of text for one of the panels. Text reads, "AUTEM POPULUS."
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Untitled CEG167 about 1936

Physical Description: 139 x 130"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. This panel consists of text that continues on a different panel.
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Geneva CEG168 1936 February 17

Physical Description: 95 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. This panel consists of a reclining male nude with his left arm outstretched.
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Untitled CEG169 1936 July 20

Physical Description: 94 ½ x 29 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. This panel consists of a reclining male nude with his left arm outstretched. The face in this drawing is not detailed.
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Untitled CEG170 about 1936

Physical Description: 41 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing is for a panel of text and reads, "ND DEAD."
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Untitled CEG171 about 1936

Physical Description: 63 ¾ x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. Drawing is for a panel of text that continues on a different panel.
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Geneva, Full Size CEG172 1936 July 20

Physical Description: 53 x 30"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for the League of Nations project. This panel consists of a hand and foot, drawn as if overlapping.
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Geneva CEG173 about 1937-1938

Physical Description: 24 ½ x 16 ½"

Scope and Contents

A building plan for the Peace Palace building in Geneva. Group II.
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Untitled [Geneva] CEG174 about 1937-1938

Physical Description: 32 1/4 x 17"

Scope and Contents

A building plan for the Peace Palace building in Geneva. Group II.
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S. Martin Pray for us CEG175 1935 August 14

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 9"

General

12

Scope and Contents

Drawing of St Martin for Campion Hall, Oxford.
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S. Martin CEG176 1935 August 14

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 9 ¼"

General

100

Scope and Contents

Schematic sketch for carving a sculptured panel of S. Martin, with red, yellow and blue shading to indicate ½", 1" or 1 ¼" cutting depth. Gridded for reduced size. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Proposed pierced carvings in door at Radcliffe Library, Oxford CEG177 1935 June 28

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of proposed carvings in door at Radcliffe Library, Oxford. There are 6 smaller drawings on one leaf, representing Bacon, Boyle, Hooke, Wren, Harvey and Dillenius.
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ECCE ANCILLA DOMINI CEG178 1935 February 2

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10 ½"

General

15

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a barefoot female figure standing on a pedestal. Text on the pedestal reads: "ECCE ANCILLA DOMINI." Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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R. Bacon CEG179 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

General

59

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Bacon with a book and three 5-sided object. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford.
box Gill art 1

Wm. Harvey CEG180 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of William Harvey with a coil in his hands that may represent the circulation of blood through the body by the heart. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford.
box Gill art 1

R. Boyle CEG181 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Robert Boyle with many objects and a table top. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford.
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C. Wren CEG182 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Sir Christopher Wren at his telescope, with a cathedral in the background. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Sir C. Wren Architect & Astronomer CEG183 1935 January 17

Physical Description: 8 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Sir Christopher Wren at his telescope, with a cathedral in the background. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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C. Wren CEG184 about 1935

Physical Description: 9 x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Sir Christopher Wren at his telescope, with a cathedral in the background. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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R. Hooke CEG185 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

General

59

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Robert Hooke at a table with a microscope. Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford.
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J. Dillenius CEG186 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 9"

General

59

Scope and Contents

Sketch of John Jacob Dillenius, examining some plants . Preliminary sketch for a carved door at Radcliffe College, Oxford. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Christ on Cross CEG187 1935 August 16

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of Christ on cross, gridded for carving. Signed and dated in Gill's hand. Annotated: "Wood, ¼ full size, for Fr. O'Malley."
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Head for a crucifix CEG188 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of Christ with arms raised as though on a cross. Identified and signed in Gill's hand.
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The Crucifix CEG189 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 64 ½"

Scope and Contents

One cut out figure of the crucifix outlined with black ink and detailed with watercolor. There is no reference to this crucifix in any of the gill bibliographies.
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Untitled [Almsdish] CEG190 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

General

66

Scope and Contents

Medallion shaped carving sketch for Almsdish project.
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Untitled CEG191 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

General

66

Scope and Contents

Sketch for a portion of the carving for the Almsdish project. This sketch depicts a bearded man with a staff and a serpent floating above him.
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Untitled CEG192 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for a portion of the carving for the Almsdish project. This sketch depicts a female figure holding an infant.
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Untitled CEG193 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for a portion of the carving for the Almsdish project. This sketch depicts a Christ figure on a cross.
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Untitled CEG194 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for a portion of the carving for the Almsdish project. This sketch depicts a figure kneeling at the feet of what appears to be a Christ figure.
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Untitled CEG195 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for a portion of the carving for the Almsdish project. This sketch depicts Adam and Eve sitting at the Tree of Life with the serpent and apple.
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Untitled [Preacher] CEG196 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Rough sketch for carving of a man "preacher": bearded, with star on forehead, book in left hand & lily in right.
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Untitled CEG197 undated

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for statue of woman and child. The woman stands shirtless with a long skirt, holding the child as if to breastfeed. [possibly related to Mulier sculpture?]
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Reredos CEG198 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a reredos in pencil, with some numbering in red crayon. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1969 (accession MS.1969.006)
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St. Joseph CEG199 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of St. Joseph, perhaps as a design for sculpture. Standing figure, slightly turned, full face, holding two doves. Identified in Eric Gill's hand, but unsigned and undated. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1970 (accession MS.1970.017).
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Crest of the Stanleys CEG200 undated

Physical Description: 10 x 9 ½"

General

68

Scope and Contents

Tracing of an armorial of the 15th century in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. Copies were made by Gill for use as models. Not modified. Annotated in Gill's hand.
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Stall plate of Sir Thos. Erpyngham KG. CEG201 undated

Physical Description: 9 x 9 ½"

General

68

Scope and Contents

Tracing of an armorial of the 15th century in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. Copies were made by Gill for use as models. Not modified. Annotated in Gill's hand.
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Gladys CEG202 undated

Physical Description: 19 x 31 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing from a carving of a nude girl, seated with left hand clasping lower leg looking upward. Incised figure 12 x 20". Sculpture lost. (Judith Collins, Tate Gallery, September 1996)
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG203 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carvings at Dorset House. This sketch portrays figures standing under the boughs of trees, on either side of some lettering. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG204 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carvings at Dorset House. This sketch portrays figures standing under the boughs of trees, on either side of some lettering.Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG205 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carvings at Dorset House. This sketch is of a large letter "D," where the curve of the "D" is scalloped as though growing leaves. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG206 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of lettering for Dorset House project. A letter "D" and letter "S" are rendered in pencil. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG207 about 1935

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of lettering and figures for Dorset House project. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Dorset House, Morning Scenes CEG208 1935 January 18

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for Dorset House project. This sketch is entitled "Morning Scenes" and depicts people going about their afternoon routines. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Dorset House, Afternoon Scenes CEG209 1935 January 18

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for Dorset House project. This sketch is entitled "Afternoon Scenes" and depicts people going about their afternoon routines. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG210 about 1935

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for Dorset House carvings. Unsigned. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled [Dorset House] CEG211 about 1935

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for Dorset House carvings. Unsigned. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled CEG212 1935

Physical Description: 6 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of leaves on branches, heightened in orange crayon. For Dorset House project. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled CEG213 1935

Physical Description: 8 x 5 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of people performing various trades, each in its own square. For Dorset House project. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Untitled CEG214 1935

Physical Description: 13 x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of workmen performing their trades. For Dorset House project. Purchase, GF Sims, 1964 (accession MS.1964.006).
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Dorset House, carved panels by main entrance CEG215 1935 April 8

Physical Description: 14 x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for carved panels by main entrance of Dorset House, for Dorset House project. Displays several figures performing their trades, and going about their daily routines. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's Hand.
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Dorset House carved panels by main entrance CEG216 1935 April 8

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for carved panels by main entrance of Dorset House, for Dorset House project. Portrays figures performing their trades. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Dorset House, proposed carving on right hand side of main entrance CEG217 1935 January 19

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for carved panels by right side of main entrance of Dorset House, for Dorset House project. Portrays figures performing their trades. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Dorset House CEG218 1935 January 19

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for carved panels by left side of main entrance of Dorset House, for Dorset House project. Portrays figures performing their trades. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Dorset House CEG219 1935 July 9

Physical Description: 22 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carvings at Dorset House. This sketch in two panels portrays figures standing under the boughs of trees. In the left hand panel, two figures hold up empty bowls, while in the right hand panel, the figures offer up bowls and handfuls of fruit.
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Dorset House CEG220 1935 July 9

Physical Description: 12 x 11 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for left side of Dorset House at 1" scale. Gridded off drawing depicts figures reaching toward and holding onto a tree. See EG221 for right side.
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Dorset House CEG221 1935 July 9

Physical Description: 12 ¼ x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for left side of Dorset House at 1" scale. Gridded off drawing depicts figures reaching toward and holding onto a tree. See EG220 for left side.
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Dorset House CEG222 1935 May 18

Physical Description: 15 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carving on right side of Dorset House main entrance. Figures on the left and right of the sketch are framed by tree branches. Includes measurements, notes, date and signature in Gill's hand.
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Dorset House CEG223 1935 May 18

Physical Description: 16 x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for proposed carving on left side of Dorset House main entrance. Figures on the left and right of the sketch are framed by tree branches. Includes measurements, notes, date and signature in Gill's hand.
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Untitled CEG224 1940 October 18

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Crucifixion for carving on sycamore wood with incised inscription: "Et anti quam me in vocetis, di cam: ace adsum." Annotated in Gill's hand: "Incised on wood (colored) for Bruno Tausig. EG 18-10-'40." See Evan Gill Inscriptional work #761 for details about the carving executed by Denis Tegetmeier after this drawing.
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Untitled CEG225 about 1940

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a crucifix figure, thought to be for the Blundell's College project.
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Blundell's College (Somerset) CEG226 about 1940

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a crucifix figure for the Blundell's College project, at ½" scale.
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Untitled CEG227 1927 July 24

Physical Description: 2 ½ x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a crucifix with a standing figure hanging on to the Christ figure.
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Untitled CEG228 1939 May 12

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a Christ figure on a cross. The Christ figure wears robes and a crown. On verso there is a sketch of what may be a musical instrument.
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Untitled [+ or T in wood] CEG229 1937 April

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a Christ figure on a cross.
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St. Elizabeth Eastbourne Clipsham Crucifix CEG230 1935 October 6

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Christ figure in a crucifix, within a circle. Annotated in Gill's hand: "St. Eliz. Eastbourne, Clipsham Crucifix 1" scale." Signed and dated.
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For B.W. (Portland) CEG231 1934 November 30

Physical Description: 6 x 13"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Christ figure on a crucifix within a square. Annotated in Gill's hand: "for B.W. Portland." Signed and dated.
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Untitled (In Loving Memory of Ethelpes Divilla-Marina, 14 October 1933. R.I.P.) CEG232 about 1933

Physical Description: 8 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of headstone. Text reads: "In Loving Memory of Ethelpes Divilla-Marina, 14 October 1933. R.I.P." with the annotation "Remember?"
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Untitled CEG233 1934 April 30

Physical Description: 3 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a Christ figure on a crucifix. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Untitled CEG234 1922 May 3

Physical Description: 4 x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Christ figure on a cross, well shaded in pencil. Signed and dated in Gill's hand. Annotated: "Please return to Eric Gill, Ditchling Common, Sx."
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In Memory of G. Ogden Ford CEG235 1921 May 18

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Ink sketch annotated "Marble Tablets for Miss Harriet Ford, 3g5 Huron St., Toronto, to be erected in S. Peters Church, Brockville, Ontario." There are also notes about measurements for the tablet.
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S. Bartholomew's, B'ton CEG236 1921 April 11

Physical Description: 2 ¼ x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Stylized sketch of a figure with arms spread as on a crucifix.
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Chapel Crucifix on beam CEG237 1921 February 26

Physical Description: 6 ¾ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for layout of Chapel crucifix at 1" scale. Measurements annotated in Gill's hand. Signed and dated.
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Guild of S.S.J&D. Crucifix on beam in Chapel CEG238 1921 January 19

Physical Description: 6 x 9 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a Christ figure on a crucifix. Notes on scale and Chapel space, as well as signature and date, in Gill's hand.
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R. Grien's Lych Gate CEG239 1919 June 18

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Christ figure on a crucifix. Annotated, signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Untitled CEG240 1918 September 5

Physical Description: 6 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Christ figure in the stance of crucifixion.
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Buckhill, Ryne, & Southampton Crucifixes CEG241 1918 August 6

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Christ figure on a crucifix with measurements, annotation, date and signature in Gill's hand.
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Crucifix (Limoges) Lewis Museum (14 Cent) CEG242 1916 July 24

Physical Description: 3 x 5"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a Christ figure on a crucifix.
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Untitled CEG243 1909 November

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Christ figure set into a cross, as plans for a carving in relief. This is a finished version of an earlier sketch: EG244.
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Untitled CEG244 1909 November

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 9 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Christ figure set into a cross, gridded off as for carving in relief. This is a preliminary sketch, finished drawing can be seen at: EG243.
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[S. Wilfred, the Bishop] CEG245 1935 May 9

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10 ¾" on a sheet measuring 10 ¼ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a statue of S. Wilfred, holding a book that reads: "Grace to you & peace from our Father & the Lord Jesus Christ." Signed and annotated in Gill's hand.
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Untitled [Ealing Church (R.C.)wooden lectern] CEG246 about 1938

Physical Description: 12 ¼ x 8 3/8"

Scope and Contents

From a set of 4 pencil drawings, heightened in color and labeled in ink as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; and pencil detail sketch for entire unit as designed for wooden lectern at Ealing Church. This drawing is the detailed pencil sketch.
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St. John's for Lectern CEG247 about 1938

Physical Description: 16 1/8 x 11"

Scope and Contents

From a set of 4 pencil drawings, heightened in color and labeled in ink as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; and pencil detail sketch for entire unit as designed for wooden lectern at Ealing Church. This drawing shows an eagle grasping a long scroll in its beak. The name John is written at the top of the page.
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St. Mark CEG248 about 1938

Physical Description: 18 ½ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

From a set of 4 pencil drawings, heightened in color and labeled in ink as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; and pencil detail sketch for entire unit as designed for wooden lectern at Ealing Church. This drawing shows a winged lion with a long scroll and the name Mark at the top of the page.
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Matthew CEG249 about 1938

Physical Description: 14 ½ x 9 ¾"

Scope and Contents

From a set of 4 pencil drawings, heightened in color and labeled in ink as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; and pencil detail sketch for entire unit as designed for wooden lectern at Ealing Church. This drawing shows an angel wrapped up in a long scroll, and the name Matthew is written at the bottom of the page.
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St. Luke CEG250 about 1938

Physical Description: 19 3/4 x 10 3/8"

Scope and Contents

From a set of 4 pencil drawings, heightened in color and labeled in ink as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; and pencil detail sketch for entire unit as designed for wooden lectern at Ealing Church. This drawing shows a winged bull with a long scroll and the name Luke written at the top of the page.
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Untitled [John the Baptist] CEG251 1936 January 20

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 9"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 drawings for the carving of St. John the Baptist for St. John's College Oxford. This drawing shows St. John the Baptist standing with a staff and a hand up to his chest.
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Untitled [John the Baptist] CEG252 1936 January 20

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 10 7/8"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 drawings for the carving of St. John the Baptist for St. John's College Oxford. This sketch shows St. John the Baptist standing with a staff and a hand up to his chest. The sketch is squared to show scale for carving.
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Untitled [John the Baptist] CEG253 1936 January 20

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 drawings for the carving of St. John the Baptist for St. John's College Oxford. This sketch shows St. John the Baptist standing with a staff and a hand up to his chest.
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Untitled [John the Baptist] CEG254 1936 January 20

Physical Description: 9 7/8 x 12 ½"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 drawings for the carving of St. John the Baptist for St. John's College Oxford. This sketch shows St. John the Baptist standing with a staff and a hand up to his chest. The sketch is squared to show scale for carving.
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Untitled [John the Baptist] CEG255 1936 January 20

Physical Description: 10 x 13 5/8"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 drawings for the carving of St. John the Baptist for St. John's College Oxford. This drawing shows St. John the Baptist standing with a staff and a hand up to his chest.
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The Crucifix CEG256 1937 March 15

Physical Description: 8 x 10 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a gravestone with a crucifix and figure of Our Lady, at Beaconfield, Bucks. Inscription reads, "Pray for the soul of Gilbreth Keith Chesterton, 1874-1936, R.I.P."
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The Crucifix CEG257 1937 March 15

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a gravestone with a crucifix and figure of Our Lady, at Beaconfield, Bucks. Inscription reads, "Pray for the soul of Gilbreth Keith Chesterton, 1874-1936, R.I.P."
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The Crucifix CEG258 1937 March 15

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a gravestone with a crucifix and figure of Our Lady, at Beaconfield, Bucks. Inscription reads, "Pray for the soul of Gilbreth Keith Chesterton, 1874-1936, R.I.P."
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S. Thomas More and S. John Fisher CEG259 1937 November 5

Physical Description: 9 x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Pencil drawing of 2 figures on a single leaf. Inscribed at top "Newcastle-under-Tyne." Signed by Gill. Purchase, Alan G. Thomas, 1969 (accession MS.1969.006).
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Ealing Church (R.C.) CEG260 about 1938

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Rough preliminary sketch for one of the panels of the lectern at Ealing Church (Luke). Shows a winged cow.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG261 1938 June 9

Physical Description: 7 1/8 x 8 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Photograph (not by Gill) in a grouping with 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Photograph shows partially completed building, including the relief designed by Gill.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG262 1938 March 3

Physical Description: 7 7/8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Depicts a circular shape made up of tree limbs with a nude figure. Signed and dated by Gill.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG263 1938 April 8

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Depicts a circular shape made up of tree limbs and leaves. Heightened with color on reverse, signed and dated by Gill.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG264 1938 May 11

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Sketch of plan for relief, squared off and measured for scale when carving.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG265 1938 March 31

Physical Description: 9 ¼ x 11 3/8"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Depicts a circular shape made up of tree limbs with a nude figure. Signed and dated by Gill.
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Relief for Haifa Hospital CEG266 1938 May 10

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 11 3/8"

Scope and Contents

From a group of 5 sketches for sculptural ornament on Haifa Hospital. Depicts a circular shape made up of tree limbs and leaves. Signed and dated by Gill. Notes indicate that the tree symbolizes the "tree of life."
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Untitled CEG267 undated

Physical Description: 17 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for sculpture: front and side views of a woman leading two children with her right hand and holding a wreath in her left. Head of woman is bowed in mourning. Drawings are squared and bear measurements, with figure height at 6'10" (including plinth, 10 ½").
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Design No. 3 [Stoke Prior Church] CEG268 1938 October 17

Physical Description: 15 ¾ x 10 1/2"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving on altar rails. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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Design No. II [Stoke Prior Church] CEG269 1938 May 17

Physical Description: 15 ¾ x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving of St. Catherine, Jesus, St. Michael and others. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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Design No. 1 [Stoke Prior Church] CEG270 1938 June 20

Physical Description: 15 ¾ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving on wall behind altar. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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[Stoke Prior Church] CEG271 1938 June 20

Physical Description: 15 ¼ x 10

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving of Christ on the cross with robed figures and angels, squared for measurements and scale. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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[Stoke Prior Church] CEG272 1939 September 12

Physical Description: 15 ¾ x 10

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving of Christ on the cross with robed figures and angels. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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[Stoke Prior Church] CEG273 1940 August 21

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 5"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Stoke Prior Church oak carving. Sketch for carving of Christ on the cross with robed figures and winged figures, squared for measurements and scale. Signed and annotated by Gill. Purchase, GF Sims, 1961 (accession MS.1961.011).
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The Crucifix CEG274 undated

Physical Description: 26 x 15 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a black figure, heightened with white chalk, on a brownish-orange cross. There is no reference to this crucifix in any of the Gill bibliographies.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG275 undated

Physical Description: 2 7/8 x 4 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of an extended arm with a list of words: Pride, Anger, Envy, Lust, Covetousness, Gluttony, Avarice. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG276 undated

Physical Description: 1 3/8 x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of robed crucifix. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG277 undated

Physical Description: 3 ½ x 5"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a torso and upper legs and arms, with foot detail. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG278 undated

Physical Description: 3 5/8 x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of Christ figure in a loincloth, crucified, with frontal and side views. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG279 undated

Physical Description: 3 ¾ x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of "Y" shaped crucifix, gridded off for carving reference. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG280 undated

Physical Description: 4 1/8 x 5 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of robed and crowned Christ figure on a cross. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG281 undated

Physical Description: 4 5/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of crucifix on graph paper, with measurements noted. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG282 undated

Physical Description: 4 5/8 x 5 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of haloed crucifix.. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG283 undated

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of crucifix with 2 sets of arms reaching upward and outward. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG284 undated

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of robed Christ on a cross with guide lines drawn in. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG285 undated

Physical Description: 5 x 6 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of haloed crucifix on graph paper. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG286 undated

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a child-like Christ figure on a cross. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG287 undated

Physical Description: 9 1/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Sketches of a Christ figure and some flowers. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG288 undated

Physical Description: 4 7/8 x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of 3 small crucifixes. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG289 undated

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 9 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a crucifix statue. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG290 undated

Physical Description: 8 3/8 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of 2 Christ figures, one on and one off of the cross. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG291 undated

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Delicately shaded drawing of a stylized Christ figure in the crucifixion pose. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG292 undated

Physical Description: 5 3/8 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Ink drawing of Christ on the cross, with a gold halo and gold loincloth. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG293 undated

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 8 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of figure with arms in the air. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG294 undated

Physical Description: 6 5/8 x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a nude figure with arms in the air as though crucified. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG295 undated

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Paper Christ figure in crucifix pose, pasted to a black ground. Figure is nude and has red ink details where wounds would be. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG296 undated

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Paper Christ figure in crucifix pose, pasted to a black ground. Figure is nude and has red ink details where wounds would be. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG297 undated

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a crucifix, on a grid. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG298 undated

Physical Description: 2 ½ x 4 ½" on a sheet measuring 6 x 13"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of . From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG299 undated

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Ink sketch of a crucifix mounted to a large stake with a peaked top . From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG300 undated

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Line drawing of a crucifix mounted to a large stake with a peaked top. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Untitled [The Crucifix] CEG301 undated

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 14 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of Christ figure in a crucifix pose. From a group of 27 sketches relating to the Crucifix. Group II, Folder B.
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Madonna and Child CEG302 1938 September 9

Physical Description: 8 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of a Madonna and Child. The Child looks up to her and touches her chin, while holding an orb in his left hand. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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Bradford, St. Joseph CEG303 1939 September 29

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 16 ¼"

Scope and Contents

2 original drawings on one folio sheet: side & front view of a sculpture titled "Bradford, St. Joseph" by the artist. Signed and dated by Gill.
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He Meets His Mother [Stations of the Cross] CEG304 1939 May 13

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

One of a collection of 4 original drawings, all the same size, depicting his Stations of the Cross at Church of St. Alban, Oxford. Every drawing but one is heightened in color and squared. This drawing shows Jesus carrying the cross and greeting Mary.
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Jesus Receives His Cross [Stations of the Cross] CEG307 1939 May 13

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

One of a collection of 4 original drawings, all the same size, depicting his Stations of the Cross at Church of St. Alban, Oxford. Every drawing but one is heightened in color and squared. This drawing shows Jesus stooped over in acceptance of the cross.
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Jesus is Condemned to Death [Stations of the Cross] CEG305 1939 May 13

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

One of a collection of 4 original drawings, all the same size, depicting his Stations of the Cross at Church of St. Alban, Oxford. Every drawing but one is heightened in color and squared. This drawing shows Jesus handcuffed and haloed.
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Simon Aids Him [Stations of the Cross] CEG306 1939 May 13

Physical Description: 5 1/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

One of a collection of 4 original drawings, all the same size, depicting his Stations of the Cross at Church of St. Alban, Oxford. Every drawing but one is heightened in color and squared. This drawing shows Jesus assisted in his carrying of the cross by Simon.
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St. John's Coll., Cambridge, Fisher Arms over archway CEG308 1939 May 14

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch showing two cherubs holding a shield above an archway. Titled and annotated by Gill. Purchase, Duschnes 178:67, Nov.1967 (accession MS.1967.007)
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St. John's Coll., Cambridge, Fisher Arms over archway CEG309 undated

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 8

Scope and Contents

Rough sketch showing two cherubs holding a shield above an archway. Titled and annotated by Gill. Purchase, Duschnes 178:67, Nov.1967 (accession MS.1967.007)
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St. John's Coll., Cambridge, Fisher Arms over archway CEG310 1939 July 27

Physical Description: 15 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Sketch showing two cherubs holding a shield above an archway. Squared with scale and carving details noted. Titled and annotated by Gill. Purchase, Duschnes 178:67, Nov.1967 (accession MS.1967.007)
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Ecstasy CEG311 1910

Physical Description: 14 3/8 x 35"

Scope and Contents

"Christ and the church" – an embracing man and woman, a scale drawing for a sculpture that is in the Tate Gallery.
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Westminster Reredos in St. George's Chapel CEG312 1939 July 26

Physical Description: 15 ¾ x 20 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for reredos at Westminster Cathedral. Titled, signed and dated in Gill's hand. (These show Gill's most mature work in what was considered one of his finest creations) Source: G.F. Sims, 1964.
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Westminster Reredos in St. George's Chapel CEG313 1939 July

Physical Description: 14 7/8 x 23 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for reredos at Westminster Cathedral. Titled, signed and dated in Gill's hand. (These show Gill's most mature work in what was considered one of his finest creations) Source: G.F. Sims, 1964.
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Westminster Reredos in St. George's Chapel CEG314 1939 July

Physical Description: 23 ¾ x 18 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for reredos at Westminster Cathedral. Titled, signed and dated in Gill's hand. (These show Gill's most mature work in what was considered one of his finest creations) Source: G.F. Sims, 1964.
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The Crucifix CEG315 1923 April 29

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Two pencil sketches on one leaf. One shows Christ from the front, one from the back. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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The Crucifix CEG316 1923 April 30

Physical Description: 4 x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Two pencil sketches on one leaf. One shows Christ from the front, one from the back. Signed and dated in Gill's hand.
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[House Door] CEG317 1926 September 1

Physical Description: 5 x 6 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for stone-carving over doorway of residence of Robert and Moira Gibbings of the Golden Cockerel Press.
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Untitled [Guilford Cathedral carvings] CEG318 1929-1940

Physical Description: 5 x 6 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for carvings of St. Ursula's Porch, St. John the Baptist.
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Untitled [Guilford Cathedral carvings] CEG319 1929-1940

Physical Description: 6 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Sketch for carvings of St. Ursula's Porch, St. John the Baptist. Includes the words "EX FORTE DVLCEDO"
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG320 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 10 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing is sketch for carving, with the text: "THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THIS BUILDING WAS LAID BY LIEUTENANT-COLONEL SIR JOHN CHANGELLOR G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., D.S.O. HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S HIGH COMMISSIONER AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF FOR PALESTINE ON THE 19TH DAY OF JUNE IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD MCMXX."
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG321 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This sketch shows two men kneeling, facing each other, underneath a tree. Text below reads: "AFRICA ASIA JUNGIT IN PALES TINA"
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG322 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a winged lion with the head of a king. Numbered, "4."
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG323 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 7/8 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing is on Government of Palestine, Department of Antiquities letterhead and shows a robed figure riding a winged horse with the head of a man wearing a crown.
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG324 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This sketch shows two men crouching under the weight of 2 large feet, with hieroglyphs in the background.
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG325 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This sketch shows a pharaoh standing over a kneeling figure.
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Untitled [Palestine Drawings] CEG326 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This sketch shows seated male and female figures in Egyptian dress.
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The Crusaders brought building [Palestine Drawings] CEG327 1934 January 7

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a soldier kneeling at a cross, possibly a church. Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "10."
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Islam, Mahomet brought the Koran [Palestine Drawings] CEG328 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a man on a winged horse with a scroll in his hand. Signed and annotated in Gill's hand. Numbered, "9."
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The Byzantines found the Cross [Palestine Drawings] CEG329 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two kings standing beside a large cross. Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "8."
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Rome conquered nature [Palestine Drawings] CEG330 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts Remus and Romulus nursing from the she-wolf. Signed in Gill's hand his text notes: "i.e. took Bull by the horns or wolf by the teats." Numbered, "7."
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Rome [Palestine Drawings] CEG331 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts Remus and Romulus nursing from the she-wolf. Numbered, "7."
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The Greeks brought Humanism [Palestine Drawings] CEG332 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a man in an athletic pose with Greek lettering behind him. Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "6."
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Israel brought the Law [Palestine Drawings] CEG333 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a robed man (presumably Moses) holding up a tablet that reads, "THEX LAWS." Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "5."
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The Persians brought the strange rites (!) [Palestine Drawings] CEG334 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a winged and horned horse with a sun in the background. Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "4."
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The Phoenicians came in ships [Palestine Drawings] CEG335 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows men rowing in a boat. Signed in Gill's hand and numbered, "3."
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The Phoenicians came with ships [Palestine Drawings] CEG336 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts men rowing in a boat. Numbered, "3."
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Egypt brought the Nile of Kings[Palestine Drawings] CEG337 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a pharaoh standing over a man, whose arms are raised toward the pharaoh. Numbered, "2."
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The Egyptians brought the first Kings to Palestine [Palestine Drawings] CEG338 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a pharaoh on a throne. Signed EG and numbered, "2."
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The Caldeans brought agriculture [Palestine Drawings] CEG339 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man carrying an armful of wheat. Annotated and signed by Gill.
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Palestine is plundered [Palestine Drawings] CEG340 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing illustrates hieroglyphs of birds, arms, shapes and zig-zag lines. Gill notes, "Hyroglyphics signifying: Palestine is plundered."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG341 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a pharaoh standing over a man, whose arms are raised toward the pharaoh.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG342 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 5/8 x 7 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man on a winged horse holding a scroll.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG343 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 3/8 x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a pharaoh standing over a man, whose arms are raised up toward the pharaoh. Numbered, "2."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG344 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a bearded man (presumably Moses) holding a tablet with the words "THEX LAWS." Numbered, "5."
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Chaldeans bring Agriculture [Palestine Drawings] CEG345 1934 February 2

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man carrying an armful of harvested wheat. Dated and annotated by Gill.
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Islam brought the Koran [Palestine Drawings] CEG346 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 9 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man riding a winged horse and trailing a scroll behind him. Numbered, "9."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG347 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 10 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two warriors kneeling toward each other underneath a tree.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG348 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a winged horse.
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Crusaders brought building [Palestine Drawings] CEG349 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 5/8 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a soldier kneeling at an cross, presumably inside a church. Numbered, "10."
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Islam brought the Koran [Palestine Drawings] CEG350 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man riding a winged horse. Numbered, "9."
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Rome Conquered Nature [Palestine Drawings] CEG351 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows Remus and Romulus nursing from the she-wolf.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG352 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 8 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a man riding a winged horse.
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Byzantines formed the Cross [Palestine Drawings] CEG353 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two kings holding staffs with crosses at the top. Numbered, "8."
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Greeks brough [Palestine Drawings] CEG354 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a man flexing his muscles. Numbered, "6."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG355 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a man riding a winged horse holding a scroll. Numbered, "9."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG356 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 7/8 x 9 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two men crouched under the weight of two large feet, with hieroglyphics in the background.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG357 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 10 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts two warriors kneeling at the base of a tree and includes the words "AFRICA ASIA PALESTINE."
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Persians brought strange rites [Palestine Drawings] CEG358 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a winged, horned horse. Numbered, "4."
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Phoenicians came in ships [Palestine Drawings] CEG359 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows Phoenicians traveling by ship. Numbered, "3."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG360 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows an Egyptian "king." Numbered, "2."
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG361 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two men working, one a carpenter and one cutting wheat, under a tree. Text reads: B.C. 4500 A.D. 1700.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG362 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 7 1/8 x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows a pharaoh standing over a man.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG363 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 9 x 7 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing shows two men crouched under the weight of a large foot, with hieroglyphs in the background.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG364 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing depicts a profile view of a plan for carving, with measurements outlined.
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[Palestine Drawings] CEG365 1934 January 7

Physical Description: 11 x 9"

Scope and Contents

Part of a complete collection of 25 drawings made by Gill. He was commissioned to carve 10 panels symbolizing civilizations which most affected the history of Palestine (see Jerusalem Diary postscript in Gill Bibl. P.205). Although the carvings were reproduced in Jerusalem Diary (1953), these drawings were never published. Source: G.F. Sims, March 1962 (accession MS.1962.008). This drawing is a sketch on an envelope, presumably studies for several of the other drawings in the collection.
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Untitled CEG366 1907 January 29

Physical Description: 31 x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Original design for inscription on the frieze of the Council Chamber at County Hall, Northallerton.
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Untitled CEG367 1907 July 1

Physical Description: 19 3/8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Memorial inscription on stone for Sylvia Ruth DuCane, born 12 Feb. 1870 died 16 May 1907. Oblong folio sheet, design is in 2 sections. Signed AER Gill.
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Untitled CEG368 1908 December 14

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 3 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Design for inscription on stone, "Edmondus Warre…" Signed and dated by Gill.
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Untitled CEG369 1908 December 8

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 6 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Design for inscription on stone, "Edmondus Warre…" Signed and dated by Gill. Annotation reads, "…very rough, but I think it suggests how the lettering would go in."
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Untitled CEG370 1907 June 19

Physical Description: 32 3/8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

Original design for an inscription. Memorial stone to Irene Elder Morgan. Large oblong folio sheet, signed by Gill, "AER Gill for Gill & Christie."
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Untitled CEG371 1908 August

Physical Description: 18 x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a frame to be carved, and lettered at top, "Ave Maria plena gratia." Marginal notes discuss size and carving details. Not identified in Gill business records, or included in Gill Inscriptional work.
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Eric Gill II CEG372 1906 July 4

Physical Description: Sketch: 2 5/8 x 13 ½" on leaf 4 ¾ x 16 ½"

Scope and Contents

Setting out for inscription on pier in Church at Upton in Severn (scale: 1"=1'): pencil finished drawing, color washed, with scale annotations by artist indicating 9'6" height for 3'6" base. Inscription (31 lines) begins, "This window was erected by his friends in memory of George Edward Martin of Ham. Court… born 11 Nov. 1829 died 12 Feb. 1905…" Gill Journal, Job 169 (1906) indicated this may have been drawing # 1 of a series (& this one not executed) for Mrs. Martin.
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Untitled [Isias 53.2] CEG373 1913 January

Physical Description: 40 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Isias 53.2, rubbing of inscription of four lines beginning "Ex ascendet sicut virguetum coram…"
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG374 1909-1916

Physical Description: 2 ¼ x 3 ½"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG375 1909-1916

Physical Description: 3 x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG376 1909-1916

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG377 1909-1916

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG378 1909-1916

Physical Description: 3 ¾ x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG379 1909-1916

Physical Description: 2 x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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The Crucifix: York Minster CEG380 1909-1916

Physical Description: 5 x 3"

Scope and Contents

Original drawings of the crucifix in various positions
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Untitled [Font suggestion, Catholic Church] CEG381 1913 September 9

Physical Description: 7 x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Possibly a suggestion for the font he was commissioned to do for a Catholic Church in Pickering, North Riding, Yorkshire
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Untitled [Font suggestion, Catholic Church] CEG382 1913 September 9

Physical Description: 6 x 9 1/4"

Scope and Contents

Possibly a suggestion for the font he was commissioned to do for a Catholic Church in Pickering, North Riding, Yorkshire
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Untitled ["The Golden Calf"] CEG383 1912

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 5"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch of proposed statue "The Golden Calf" carved in stone, gilt. Plate # 10 in Eric Gill, Ln, Ernest Benn, Ltd. 1927.
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Untitled [Genesis 33.5] CEG384 1913 April 23

Physical Description: 39 x 15 ½"

Scope and Contents

Genesis 33.5, "Quid sibi volunt isti?...[4 lines], inscribed "SG with EF, Ditchling, Sx.23.4.'13/"
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Dockenfield Church CEG385 1910 August 20

Physical Description: 17 ½ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Finished wash drawing (some color added) of a design for "Dockenfield Church-Cross to Gable": scale ½" to 1'.
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Untitled [West Lavington Cottage] CEG386 1909 March 20

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 18 ½"

Scope and Contents

"God leadeth [device] It is well" (Inscription over door of cottage at West Lavington, Wilts) signed AER Grill
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Untitled CEG387 1909 November 27

Physical Description: 31 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Greek lettering [for side of Hopton-Wood stone relief T-shaped crucifix of nude Christ] Quote of Matthew 19.12 in Greek. 2 Leaves: 31x12" & 23x18" on verso of 2d: penciled sketch for location and installation of Boulter Headstone. See Inscr. Work 200 and Thorp Gill plate #1. Inscription work 203.
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Untitled CEG388 1909 November 27

Physical Description: 23 x 18"

Scope and Contents

Greek lettering [for side of Hopton-Wood stone relief T-shaped crucifix of nude Christ] Quote of Matthew 19.12 in Greek. 2 Leaves: 31x12" & 23x18" on verso of 2d: penciled sketch for location and installation of Boulter Headstone. See Inscr. Work 200 and Thorp Gill plate #1. Inscription work 203.
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG389 1914 May 26

Physical Description: 15 ½ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Font for St. Josephs (Roman Catholic) Church, Pickering, Yorkshire: collection of pencil drawings & tracings; working drawing heightened in color; and watercolor of font, heightened in gold, dated May 26 & August 28, 1914 & June 6,1915. Unit coll of 5 pieces, various sizes, in folder 13x22". See Evan Gill Inscription work # 308 for details about carving completed March 1916.
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG390 1915 June 6

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x9"

Scope and Contents

Font for St. Joseph's (Roman Catholic) Church, Pickering, Yorkshire: collection of pencil drawings & tracings; working drawing heightened in color; and watercolor of font, heightened in gold, dated May 26 & August 28, 1914 & June 6,1915. Unit coll of 5 pieces, various sizes, in folder 13x22". See Evan Gill Inscription work # 308 for details about carving completed March 1916.
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG391 about 1914-1915

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Font for St. Joseph's (Roman Catholic) Church, Pickering, Yorkshire: collection of pencil drawings & tracings; working drawing heightened in color; and watercolor of font, heightened in gold, dated May 26 & August 28, 1914 & June 6,1915. Unit coll of 5 pieces, various sizes, in folder 13x22". See Evan Gill Inscription work # 308 for details about carving completed March 1916.
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG392 1914 August 28

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Font for St. Joseph's (Roman Catholic) Church, Pickering, Yorkshire: collection of pencil drawings & tracings; working drawing heightened in color; and watercolor of font, heightened in gold, dated May 26 & August 28, 1914 & June 6,1915. Unit coll of 5 pieces, various sizes, in folder 13x22". See Evan Gill Inscription work # 308 for details about carving completed March 1916.
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG393 about 1914

Physical Description: 2x3"
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Untitled [Font for St. Josephs] CEG394 about 1914-1915

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Font for St. Joseph's (Roman Catholic) Church, Pickering, Yorkshire: collection of pencil drawings & tracings; working drawing heightened in color; and watercolor of font, heightened in gold, dated May 26 & August 28, 1914 & June 6,1915. Unit coll of 5 pieces, various sizes, in folder 13x22". See Evan Gill Inscription work # 308 for details about carving completed March 1916.
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Untitled ["W.R. Job 40"] CEG395 1911 September 7

Physical Description: 11 x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Sketches of figure and its base, to be executed in bronze. Annotated on base details "W.R., Job 40" Base drawing dated "E.G.7 Sept '11
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Untitled ["W.R.,Job 40"] CEG396 1911 September 7

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketches of figure and its base, to be executed in bronze. Annotated on base details "W.R., Job 40" Base drawing dated "E.G.7 Sept '11
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Untitled [Paperweight] CEG397 1911 August 23

Physical Description: 6 ¾ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Paperweight- woman in acrobatic pose (backbend). Three drawings, various sizes, one of which is in watercolor. EG Journal, Job 405.
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Untitled [Paperweight] CEG398 1911 August

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 5"

Scope and Contents

Paperweight- woman in acrobatic pose (backbend). Three drawings, various sizes, one of which is in watercolor. EG Journal, Job 405.
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Untitled [Paperweight] CEG399 1911 August 24

Physical Description: 11 ¾ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Paperweight- woman in acrobatic pose (backbend). Three drawings, various sizes, one of which is in watercolor. EG Journal, Job 405.
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Untitled [Trumington Cross] CEG400 1921 September 8

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Set of 5 drawings for the "Trumpington Cross" designs for the 4 panels (with 1 alternative version) based on joint work for 3 panels with Desmond Chute and David Jones. Each is signed, dated 1921, & inscribed by the artist. See also Gill B-3 (engraving) in notebook 1916-1924, D-154 and Physick 185.
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Untitled [Trumpington Cross] CEG401 1921 September 8

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Set of 5 drawings for the "Trumpington Cross" designs for the 4 panels (with 1 alternative version) based on joint work for 3 panels with Desmond Chute and David Jones. Each is signed, dated 1921, & inscribed by the artist. See also Gill B-3 (engraving) in notebook 1916-1924, D-154 and Physick 185.
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Untitled [Trumpington Cross] CEG402 1921 September 8

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Set of 5 drawings for the "Trumpington Cross" designs for the 4 panels (with 1 alternative version) based on joint work for 3 panels with Desmond Chute and David Jones. Each is signed, dated 1921, & inscribed by the artist. See also Gill B-3 (engraving) in notebook 1916-1924, D-154 and Physick 185.
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Untitled [Trumpington Cross] CEG403 1921 September 8

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Set of 5 drawings for the "Trumpington Cross" designs for the 4 panels (with 1 alternative version) based on joint work for 3 panels with Desmond Chute and David Jones. Each is signed, dated 1921, & inscribed by the artist. See also Gill B-3 (engraving) in notebook 1916-1924, D-154 and Physick 185.
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Untitled [Trumpington Cross] CEG404 1921 September 8

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8 ½"

Scope and Contents

Set of 5 drawings for the "Trumpington Cross" designs for the 4 panels (with 1 alternative version) based on joint work for 3 panels with Desmond Chute and David Jones. Each is signed, dated 1921, & inscribed by the artist. See also Gill B-3 (engraving) in notebook 1916-1924, D-154 and Physick 185.
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"Acrobat" CEG405 1915

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Two pencil sketches of a male figure in a backbend. EG Journal # 8, Job 573.
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"Acrobat" CEG406 1915

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 12"

Scope and Contents

Two pencil sketches of a male figure in a backbend. EG Journal # 8, Job 573.
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"Farm St., Church Shelf & lamp for placque". CEG407 1921 November 28

Physical Description: 9 x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch, annotated with size & directional arrows. Three views.
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG408 1916-1922

Physical Description: 6 x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG409 1916-1922

Physical Description: 8x6"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG410 1916 July 4

Physical Description: 11x15"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG411 1922 January 3

Physical Description: 16x12 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG412 1922 September 15

Physical Description: 13x8"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG413 1916-1922

Physical Description: 9 1/4 x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG414 1916 October 29

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 9 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG415 1922 January 3

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 9"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG416 1916 November 1

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG417 1920 January 20

Physical Description: 11 ¾ x 11"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Leeds University War Memorial CEG418 1916-1922

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of 9 sketches, & 2 photographs, dating July 1916- January 1922, done by Eric Gill for the War Memorial on the Library wall at Leeds University (measuring 6x16', of Portland stone in final form, unveiled June 1, 1923). Unit collection, various sizes, in folder 13 ½ x 17"
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG419 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 10 x 13 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of four pencil sketches and finished drawings heightened in color, for the Bisham Cross [wayside crucifix with pent roof at Bisham, Berks. In memory of Frederic Septimus Kelly and 14 other men of Bisham killed in World War I. Finish drawing dated January 29, 1918. 4 pages, various sizes, in folder 12x15 inches. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG420 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of four pencil sketches and finished drawings heightened in color, for the Bisham Cross [wayside crucifix with pent roof at Bisham, Berks. In memory of Frederic Septimus Kelly and 14 other men of Bisham killed in World War I. Finish drawing dated January 29, 1918. 4 pages, various sizes, in folder 12x15 inches. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG421 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of four pencil sketches and finished drawings heightened in color, for the Bisham Cross [wayside crucifix with pent roof at Bisham, Berks. In memory of Frederic Septimus Kelly and 14 other men of Bisham killed in World War I. Finish drawing dated January 29, 1918. 4 pages, various sizes, in folder 12x15 inches. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG422 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 6 x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of four pencil sketches and finished drawings heightened in color, for the Bisham Cross [wayside crucifix with pent roof at Bisham, Berks. In memory of Frederic Septimus Kelly and 14 other men of Bisham killed in World War I. Finish drawing dated January 29, 1918. 4 pages, various sizes, in folder 12x15 inches. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 337.
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Untitled [John Edwin Nye ] CEG423 1917 August 9

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Two drawings in pencil and ink for "Jack N.'s Cross," both dated August 9 ,1917. [Drawn for a Portland headstone, St. Andrew, Burgess Hill, Sussex. The inscription surmounted by a crucifix in memory of John Edwin Nye, 1885-1916, killed in World War I. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 334.
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Untitled [John Edwin Nye] CEG424 1917 August 9

Physical Description: 12x15"

Scope and Contents

Two drawings in pencil and ink for "Jack N.'s Cross," both dated August 9 ,1917. [Drawn for a Portland headstone, St. Andrew, Burgess Hill, Sussex. The inscription surmounted by a crucifix in memory of John Edwin Nye, 1885-1916, killed in World War I. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 334.
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Untitled [Female nude] CEG425 1911 July 4

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

Female nude, drawn for carving, with legend ¾"=1'0"
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Untitled [War Memorial Cross at Trumpington] CEG426 1921

Physical Description: 2 ½ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

War Memorial Cross at Trumpington Camb., in memory of those who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Two sketches for the west panel of the cross. See Physick 185.
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Untitled CEG427 1915 June 10

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Design for a decorative carving (circular) for over doorway of a church or public building. Signed "E.G. 10.6.'15" Heightened in gray.
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Cross in Wimbledon Cemetery CEG428 1916 October

Physical Description: 10 x 11 ¾"

Scope and Contents

In pencil, front & side views with detailed size & textural notes. Signed EG, Oct 1916. Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
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Jack Nye , cross in Portland Stone, S. Andrews Churchyard, Burgess Hill CEG429 1917 March 26

Physical Description: 13 ½ x 17"

Scope and Contents

Working drawing in pencil, 3 views, with detail measurement annotations. Signed EG. March 26, 1917. Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG430 1918 March 10

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Schematic pencil drawing, with annotations of "Bisham Cross" [two views, detailed measurements]. At bottom: "Stone ordered for FJ Ramus, March 17, 1918. Traced Mar. 10, 1918. EG." Purchase, GF Sims, 1973 (accession MS.1973.013).
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG431 about 1919

Physical Description: 8 x 9 3/4"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signsed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG432 1919 May 15

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG433 about 1919

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 16 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG434 1919 March 1

Physical Description: 13 x 16 ½"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG435 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 9 ¼ x 13" mounted on sheet measuring 13 x 18 ½"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Bisham Cross] CEG436 1918 January 29

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 12 ¾" mounted on sheet measuring 13x 18 ½"

Scope and Contents

Collection of 6 pencil sketches, charts and finished drawings for Bisham Cross (Bisham, Berks). Includes two versions of mounted finished drawings signed "EG 29.1.1919". 2 undated rough sketches, 1 plan (1 ½" scale) signed "EG 1.3.19", and 1 "Bisham Cross (as carved)" chart signed "E.G. 15.5.19" See Evan Gill Inscriptional work No. 337.
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Untitled [Chirk Monument] CEG437 about 1919

Physical Description: 2 ½ x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Chirk Monument near Wrexham, in memory of those who died in World War I. Two pencil sketches of the proposed monument (a soldier "on watch")
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Untitled [Chirk Monument] CEG438 about 1919

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Chirk Monument near Wrexham, in memory of those who died in World War I. Two pencil sketches of the proposed monument (a soldier "on watch")
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Untitled [St. Mary Memorial Cross] CEG439 1919 August 14

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

War memorial cross at St. Mary, Hartung, Sussex. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 356.
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Untitled [Chirk Monument plans] CEG440 1919

Physical Description: 16 ¼ x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Collection of drawings, designs for inscriptions and plans for "Chirk Monument", North Wales, Portland stone. Includes two colored drawings on oblong folio sheet, signed and dated 19191; 3 other sheets with lettering and plans, signed and dated 1919 and 1920.
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Untitled [Chirk Monument plans] CEG441 1919-1920

Physical Description: 10 ¾ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Collection of drawings, designs for inscriptions and plans for "Chirk Monument", North Wales, Portland stone. Includes two colored drawings on oblong folio sheet, signed and dated 19191; 3 other sheets with lettering and plans, signed and dated 1919 and 1920.
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Untitled [Chirk Monument plans] CEG442 1920 March 23

Physical Description: 14 ½ x 13 ¼

Scope and Contents

Collection of drawings, designs for inscriptions and plans for "Chirk Monument", North Wales, Portland stone. Includes two colored drawings on oblong folio sheet, signed and dated 19191; 3 other sheets with lettering and plans, signed and dated 1919 and 1920.
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Untitled [Chirk Monument plans] CEG443 1919 June 6

Physical Description: 14 x 12 ½"

Scope and Contents

Collection of drawings, designs for inscriptions and plans for "Chirk Monument", North Wales, Portland stone. Includes two colored drawings on oblong folio sheet, signed and dated 19191; 3 other sheets with lettering and plans, signed and dated 1919 and 1920.
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Untitled [Stonyhurst War Memorial] CEG444 1920 January 9

Physical Description: 4 ½ x8"

Scope and Contents

Tracing for Stonyhurst War Memorial Altar design design, ½" scale. Crucifix centered, flanked by two soldiers.
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Untitled [Madonna and Child] CEG445 1920 June 30

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 6 ½" mounted on sheet measuring 6 x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Tracing of a drawing of Madonna and child for Mrs. Cuthbert Adeney.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG446 about 1920-1922

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG447 1922 May 5

Physical Description: 4 ½ x9"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG448 about 1920-1922

Physical Description: 3 ¾ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG449 1920 June 16

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG450 1920 June 15

Physical Description: 3 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG451 about 1920-1922

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG452 about 1920-1922

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG453 about 1920-1922

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG454 1920 June 17

Physical Description: 6 ¾ x 12"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG456 1922 August 4

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG457 1922 May 6

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 11"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Untitled [Spoil Bank Crucifix] CEG458 1920 June 17

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 14 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Spoil Bank Crucifix, Ditchling, Sussex. Collection of 12 sketches, drawings and watercolors of Wooden Monument. Some are annotated by Gill and dated June 17, 1920 to May 6, 1922. Unit of 12 items, various sizes, in folder 9x16". Monument was erected and blessed November 1922. See also Physick # 156 & 157.
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Crucifix for Reverend P.J. Flood CEG459 1919 March 16

Physical Description: 4 x 3 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Sketches for crucifix to be made for Reverend P.J. Flood. Signed, dated and annotated by Gill. Goes with CEG460. CEG459 has not been photographed.
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Crucifix for Reverend P.J. Flood CEG460 1919 March 15

Physical Description: 14 x 32 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Sketches for crucifix to be made for Reverend P.J. Flood. Signed, dated and annotated by Gill. Goes with CEG459.
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Untitled [Garden Figure] CEG461 1911 July 29

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for stone garden figure, 1911: Annotated. Black and red ink. Silhouette of proposed figure in best white Portland stone, cale 1"-1'0". Font and side elevations of black ink silhouettes. Red lines show size and shape of stone.
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Untitled [Mary Reeves headstone] CEG462 1928 April 25

Physical Description: 10 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Mary Reeves headstone sketches, in pencil for front (crucifix roughly drawn and dated "Ap. '28") and rear (female figure similar to "Our Lady of Lourdes"[Di137] dated by Gill April 25, 1928). 2 leaves, in folder 14 x 19 ½". See Evan Gill Inscriptions #510.
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Untitled [Mary Reeves headstone] CEG463 1928 April 25

Physical Description: 13 ½ x 19 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Mary Reeves headstone sketches, in pencil for front (crucifix roughly drawn and dated "Ap. '28") and rear (female figure similar to "Our Lady of Lourdes"[Di137] dated by Gill April 25, 1928). 2 leaves, in folder 14 x 19 ½". See Evan Gill Inscriptions #510.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG465 1932 July

Physical Description: 5 x 8" unfolds to 10 x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture elevation studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This sketch is on the back of an article describing the Guilford Cathedral competition and is two pages.
box Gill art Drawer 69

Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG466 between 1929 and 1940

Physical Description: 10 x 15 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This drawing depicts the Bishop's arms over St. Ursula's porch at ½" scale and is heightened with orange colored pencil.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG467 1939 December 10

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Drawing is set to ½" scale.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG468 1940 February 12

Physical Description: 24 ½ x 15"

Scope and Contents

Detailed scale drawing of Guilford Cathedral carvings for St. Ursula's Porch. Shows carvings for east gable of choir: Christ on the cross with a dove above his head and large hands grasping his feet. Signed, dated and annotated by Gill.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG468 1940 February 12

Physical Description: 15 x 24 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Heightened with red and orange colored pencil.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG469 undated

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932).
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG470 1939 September 15

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Scale is 1/8 original size.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG471 1940 January 15

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 17 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932).
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG472 undated

Physical Description: 16 ¾ x 13"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932).
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG473 undated

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 11 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This item is drawn at ½" scale.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG474 1939 September 25

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 12"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This item is depicted St. Ursula porch with notes on scale.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG475 1939 March 9

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 10"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This particular drawing is set to ½" scale, as annotated by Gill.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG476 1939 September 22

Physical Description: 12 ¾ x 17"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Stamped with Edward Maufe's professional stamp. Architectural drawing for the south east porch of the cathedral set to 1/8 scale. Heightened with red colored pencil.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG477 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 15 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Sketch for the statue of St. John the Baptist
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG478 1939 March 9

Physical Description: 10 x 13 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Sketch of the statue of St. John the Baptist.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG479 1939 January 3

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 15 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Sketch for the statue of St. John the Baptist over the south entrance.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG480 1940

Physical Description: 15 x 14"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). Sketch of the east end of the cathedral that is set to 1/8" scale and numbered 202 by Eric Gill. Includes the following text: "The crucifixion symbolizes ' the eternal God is thy refuge and underneath are the everlasting arms.' Deut. 33-27 (Above the crucifixion is the Holy Spirit. Below the window are the Seven Gifts." Gill also wrote the name of the architect (Edward Mante) in the lower right hand corner.
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Guilford Cathedral carvings CEG481 undated

Physical Description: 27 ¼ x 16 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of many pencil sketches for Guilford Cathedral (St. Ursula's porch, St. John the Baptist). Set ranges from rough sketches dated as early as December 1929 to the detailed scale drawings of 1939 and 1940. Many are annotated by Eric Gill. Total collection includes 15 sheets of original drawings, 2 architecture eleven studies, printed article on the Guilford Cathedral Competition results (July 1932). This is one of two elevation studies for the cathedral set t0 ½" scale and heightened with yellow and red colored pencil.
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Untitled [Virgin and child] CEG482 1912 August 4

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 19 1/4"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch of virgin and child dated August 4, 1912; & undated ink and crayon scale model which was used for the virgin and child in Pearwood [filled with gesso and polished] which is in the Clark library. Lettered around head, "Et verbum carofactum est et habitabit in nobis." 2 leaves; in folder. See Gill work Journal # 7 (Sept 1911-July 1914), # 504, for details.
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Untitled [Virgin and child] CEG483 1912 August 4

Physical Description: 13 x 22 ½"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch of virgin and child dated August 4, 1912; & undated ink and crayon scale model which was used for the virgin and child in pearwood [filled with gesso and polished] which is in the Clark library. Lettered around head, "Et verbum carofactum est et habitabit in nobis." 2 leaves; in folder. See Gill work Journal # 7 (Sept 1911-July 1914), # 504, for details.
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Untitled [unidentified Crucifix monument] CEG484 1923 May 20

Physical Description: 3 x 5 ¾" mounted on sheet measuring 5 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix monument [unidentified]: one pencil drawing, and one painted (scale: 1" equals 1'0"), being 5" high.
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Untitled [unidentified crucifix monument] CEG485 1923 May 20

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix monument [unidentified]: one pencil drawing, and one painted (scale: 1" equals 1'0"), being 5" high.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG486 1923

Physical Description: 5 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and children [in memory of Raymond Asquith]. This drawing is on the back of a letter addressed to Eric Gill on February 11, 1923.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG487 1923

Physical Description: 5 x 4"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and children [in memory of Raymond Asquith]. This drawing is on the back of a letter addressed to Eric Gill on February 11, 1923.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG488 1923

Physical Description: 5 x 4"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and children [in memory of Raymond Asquith]. This drawing is on the back of a letter addressed to Eric Gill on February 11, 1923.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG489 1923 February 15

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 7" tracing paper mounted on sheet measuring 5 ½ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG490 1923 February 15

Physical Description: 4 ¼ x 6 ½" tracing paper mounted on sheet measuring 5 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG491 about 1923

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 7"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith. This drawing is on the back of a letter from Katherine Asquith.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG492 about 1923

Physical Description: 3 ¾ x 6"

Scope and Contents

1 of 8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith. This item is on an envelope.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG493 about 1923

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 7"

Scope and Contents

1 of 8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG494 about 1923

Physical Description: 3 ¾ x 5 ¾" folds out to 7 ¼ x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith. This item is on an envelope addressed to Eric Gill, folded in half with pencil sketches on either side.
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG495 about 1923

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 9"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith. This item is on an envelope addressed to Eric Gill, "on his majesty's service."
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Untitled [Raymond Asquith] CEG496 1923 February 7

Physical Description: 5 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

8 Original drawings and sketches for stone carvings showing Christ receiving a mother and her children. Early drawings mostly signed and dated 1923. In memory of Raymond Asquith.
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Cross and Candlesticks CEG497 1923 November 14

Physical Description: 7 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

A scale drawings in pencil and colored in red, yellow, blue and green of a proposed altar set to be carried out in wood and painted. Annotations in Gill's holograph, signed and dated "E.G. 14.11.23". Was mounted, removed from matt 6/03.
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Manchester Crucifix CEG498 about 1920 July 6

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of three pencil drawings for proposed Manchester crucifix.
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Manchester Crucifix CEG499 about 1920 July 6

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of three pencil drawings for proposed Manchester crucifix.
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Manchester Crucifix CEG500 1920 July 6

Physical Description: 13 x 17"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of three pencil drawings for proposed Manchester crucifix.
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St. David's Caldey Island, a baptismal font in Portland stone. CEG503 1928 July 29

Physical Description: 8 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of two pencil sketches in 1" scale showing the font in three perspectives: top, middle and side. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 512.
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St. David's Caldey Island, a baptismal font in Portland stone. CEG504 1928 July 29

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of two pencil sketches in 1" scale showing the font in three perspectives: top, middle and side. See Evan Gill Inscriptional work # 512.
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Untitled CEG505 1928 March 30

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 6"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for carvings of male and female figures, evidently intended for panels over doors or window. Similar in style to Broadcasting House sketches but not part of final unit.
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Untitled CEG506 about 1928

Physical Description: 6 x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for carvings of male and female figures, evidently intended for panels over doors or window. Similar in style to Broadcasting House sketches but not part of final unit.
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Untitled CEG507 1928 January 22

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for carvings of male and female figures, evidently intended for panels over doors or window. Similar in style to Broadcasting House sketches but not part of final unit.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG508 1933 September 5

Physical Description: 21 x 16 ½"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel. Approximately 1/10th of full size, signed and dated "E.G., 9.5.'33"
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Untitled [B.I.A. Exhibition] CEG509 1933 April 19

Physical Description: 11 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing for B.I.A. Exhibition's dining room wall, to be in 6" squares, two for space measuring 13'6" x 6'6", another for 11'6" x 6'6", and another for 11'6" x 6'6". Series includes four pencil sketches on three leaves and signed E.G.
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Untitled [B.I.A. Exhibition] CEG510 1933 April 4

Physical Description: 11 x 8 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing for B.I.A. Exhibition's dining room wall, to be in 6" squares, two for space measuring 13'6" x 6'6", another for 11'6" x 6'6", and another for 11'6" x 6'6". Series includes four pencil sketches on three leaves and signed E.G.
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Untitled [B.I.A. Exhibition] CEG511 1933 April 21

Physical Description: 13 ½ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing for B.I.A. Exhibition's dining room wall, to be in 6" squares, two for space measuring 13'6" x 6'6", another for 11'6" x 6'6", and another for 11'6" x 6'6". Series includes four pencil sketches on three leaves and signed E.G.
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Untitled [St. Thomas Church] CEG512 1933 September 29

Physical Description: 9 x 10 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Schematic for carving of crucifix for placement in East Window area of St. Thomas Church, Hanwell. Reduced size- ½" scale for 6" squares with green, yellow, red and blue wash indicating the depth of cutting. Signed and dated E.G. 29.9.'33
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Morecombe LMS Hotel CEG513 about 1933

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a seahorse
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Morecombe LMS Hotel CEG514 about 1933

Physical Description: 4 ¾ x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of a seahorse
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Morecombe LMS Hotel CEG515 about 1933

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One half of the Morecomb LMS Hotel's restaurant menu showing a reproduction of the lounge carving.
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Morecombe LMS Hotel CEG516 about 1933

Physical Description: 8 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of seahorse including notes on scale.
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Manchester Cathedral Choir School: "St. Mary, St. George and St. Denis" CEG517 1933 April 6

Physical Description: 10 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Two of a series of four drawings at the Manchester Cathedral Choir School. One is highly finished, three are working drawings.
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Manchester Cathedral Choir School: "St. Mary, St. George and St. Denis" CEG518 1933 March 29

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 8 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Two of a series of four drawings at the Manchester Cathedral Choir School. One is highly finished, three are working drawings. This item is the highly finished drawing heightened with peach colored pencil.
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Manchester Cathedral Choir School: "St. Mary, St. George and St. Denis" CEG519 about 1933

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Two of a series of four drawings at the Manchester Cathedral Choir School. One is highly finished, three are working drawings.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG520 1932 August 16

Physical Description: 11 ¾ x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG521 about 1932

Physical Description: 8 x 5"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG522 about 1932

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 7" mounted on sheet measuring 11 ¼ x 7 ½ "

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG523 about 1932

Physical Description: 11 x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG524 about 1932

Physical Description: 11 ¼ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG525 about 1932

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 5"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG526 about 1932

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 5"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG527 about 1932

Physical Description: 11 x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG528 about 1932

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Morecombe Bay Hotel] CEG529 about 1932

Physical Description: 11 x 8"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 10 original drawings and sketches for carvings at the Morecombe Bay Hotel, 1933. Includes versions of three scenes and annotations by Gill. Source: B. Rota, 1961.
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Untitled [Haberdasher's Hall] CEG530 1930 April 2

Physical Description: 15 x 12 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of two pencil drawings of coat of arms, crest and motto of Haberdasher's Hall to be carved on the back of Master's chair.
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Untitled [Haberdasher's Hall] CEG531 1932 April 2

Physical Description: 16 ¼ x 11 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of two pencil drawings of coat of arms, crest and motto of Haberdasher's Hall to be carved on the back of Master's chair.
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Untitled [Shepherd's Hill] CEG532 about 1932

Physical Description: 5x 7 ½" when folded, unfolds to 10 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Preliminary sketches for a doorstep at Shepherd's Hill, Buxted. Includes details in red crayon.
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Untitled [Shepherd's Hill] CEG533 about 1932

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Preliminary sketches for a doorstep at Shepherd's Hill, Buxted.
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Untitled [ Shepherd's Hill] CEG534 about 1932

Physical Description: 7 x 9 1/2"

Scope and Contents

Preliminary sketches for a doorstep at Shepherd's Hill, Buxted.
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Untitled [Sir Charles Hamilton Rushout] CEG535 about 1932 April

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Scale drawing of stone tablet for Sir Charles Hamilton Rushout showing a coat of arms.
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"Ariel between Wisdom and Gaiety" CEG536 about 1931

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Tracing for sculpture at Broadcasting House, Portland Place. See Illus #20, Speaight.
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Broadcasting House CEG537 1931 August 4

Physical Description: 6 x 6"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This drawing includes red crayon accents.
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Broadcasting House CEG538 1931 August 7

Physical Description: 5 x 12"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This sketch includes annotations for scale.
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Broadcasting House CEG539 1931 August 5

Physical Description: 6 x 6 ¾"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This sketch is "Ariel piping" and includes details in red crayon.
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Broadcasting House CEG540 1931 February-August

Physical Description: 3 ¼ x 2 mounted on card measuring 5 ½ x 4 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This sketch is on the back of an announcement card for an exhibition by Mary Adshead.
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Broadcasting house CEG541 1931 February-August

Physical Description: 2 ¾ x ½" mounted on card measuring 5 ¾ x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This sketch is on the back of an announcement card for the annual exhibition of the Society of Wood Engravers.
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Broadcasting house CEG542 1931 August 4

Physical Description: 6 x 7 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931.
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Broadcasting House CEG543 1931 February-August

Physical Description: 3 ¼ x 2" mounted on card measuring 5 ½ x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931. This sketch is on the back of an announcement card for an exhibition by Elliott Seabrooke.
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Broadcasting House CEG544 1931 August 4

Physical Description: 6 x 5 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931.
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Broadcasting House CEG545 1931 February 10

Physical Description: 12 ¼ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931.
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Broadcasting House CEG546 1931 February-August

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 12 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931.
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Broadcasting House CEG547 1931 February 10

Physical Description: 12 ¼ x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of a series of 11 pencil drawings, ranging from rough sketches to fully finished drawings. Includes one which is squared off for stone carving, several with annotations, and several titled in Eric Gill's holograph. Dates range from February to August 1931.
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Prospero and Ariel CEG562 1931 July 31

Physical Description: 7 ¾ x 7 ¾"

Scope and Contents

A ½" scale drawing dated and initialed E.G.for the main door of Broadcasting House (large sculpture in Portland store).Pencil, ink and crayon on graphing paper.
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Untitled [Shepherd's Hill] CEG563 1932 July 8

Physical Description: 7 x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Design for a doorstep at Shepherd's Hill, Busted. Includes details in peach colored pencil.
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Oxford Library CEG564 1934 September 12

Physical Description: 9 ½ x 6 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Pencil sketch for Oxford Library with peach colored pencil details, 1/12 full size
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Blind Bartemus CEG565 1934 January 29

Physical Description: 5 x 7"

Scope and Contents

One of three drawings for a proposed carving over a new porch for the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital.
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Blind Bartemus CEG566 1934 January 29

Physical Description: 8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of three drawings for a proposed carving over a new porch for the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital.
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Blind Bartemus CEG567 1934 January 29

Physical Description: 8 x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of three drawings for a proposed carving over a new porch for the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital. This sketch includes details in peach colored pencil and scale annotations ( 1" scale).
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Untitled CEG568 about 1934

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This exterior drawing is heightened in blue and red.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG569 1934 October 31

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a clothed male figure holding a staff.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG570 1934 October 31

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 1/8"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a clothed female figure with her right hand slightly extended.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG571 1934 October 31

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a male figure in a suit.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG572 1934 October 31

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a clothed male figure holding a staff.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG573 1934

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a clothed female figure with her right hand slightly extended.
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Leicester Sq. Tube Sta. CEG574 1934

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 13 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One from a series of 7 original drawings for the projected sculptures on Leicester Square Underground Station. This drawing shows a clothed male figure holding a staff.
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S. Mary's Church CEG575 1921 May 12

Physical Description: 15 ½ x 11 1/4"

Scope and Contents

"Rejected design for crucifix on East Wall (outside) of S. Mary's Church, Charing Cross Road, London." Annotated, "Please return to Eric Gill, Ditchling Commons, Sx, 12.5.21." Presumably never executed.
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St. John Bosco CEG576 1935 February 23

Physical Description: 7 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for a projected carving. Text on base states: "STS.JOHAN.BOSCO.O.ProNbis."
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S. Mary's Church CEG577 1921 May 12

Physical Description: 20 1/16 x 4 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. One of six pencil sketches. This sketch shows the upper chest and arms of the crucifix.
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S. Mary's Church CEG578 1921 May 12

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 7"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. One of six pencil sketches.
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S. Mary's Church CEG579 1921 May 13

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. One of six pencil sketches.
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S. Mary's Church CEG580 1921 May 12

Physical Description: 10 x 10"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. One of six pencil sketches. This sketch is drawn at 1/8" scale and shows the elevation of the East face.
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Proposed Crucifix S. Mary's CEG581 1921 May 12

Physical Description: 9 ¾ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. One of six pencil sketches. This sketch is drawn at ¾" scale.
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Untitled CEG582 1921 May 11

Physical Description: 9 ¾ x 10"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for Crucifix for St. Mary's Church (Church of England), Charing Cross Road, London. Series of zix pencil sketches, including a schematic of the church.
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Funeral Urn CEG583 1924 June 26

Physical Description: 9 ¾ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Designs for a funeral urn: one of 5 drawings of a projected funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. General front view of urn. [England]
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Funeral Urn CEG584 1924 June 26

Physical Description: 9 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Designs for a funeral urn: one of 5 drawings of a projected funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. Front of bowl, 1/3 full size. [England]
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Funeral Urn CEG585 1924 June 26

Physical Description: 9 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Designs for a funeral urn: one of 5 drawings of a projected funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. Right side of bowl, 1/3 full size. [England]
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Funeral Urn CEG586 1924 June 26

Physical Description: 9 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Designs for a funeral urn: one of 5 drawings of a projected funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. Back face of bowl, 1/3 full size. [England]
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Funeral Urn CEG587 1924 June 27

Physical Description: 9 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Designs for a funeral urn: one of 5 drawings of a projected funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. Left end of bowl, 1/3 full size. [England]
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Tracing CEG588 1925 July 11

Physical Description: 8 ¼ x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

Design for oak candlesticks. Two pairs of nude figures.
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Untitled CEG589 about 1928

Physical Description: 6 x 6 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Photograph of an architect's sketch showing placement of carvings on St. James' Underground. In a folder with 7 drawings for the same project.
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Untitled CEG590 1928 June 9

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "East side of North wing…"
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Untitled CEG591 1928 June 9

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 9 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "East side of South wing…"
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Untitled CEG592 1928 October 25

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 9"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "North side of West wing…"
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Untitled CEG593 1931 October 25

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 9 3/8"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "E. side of North wing."
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Untitled CEG594 1931 June 9

Physical Description: 12 ½ x 9 3/8"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "North side of West wing."
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Untitled CEG595 1931 March-October

Physical Description: 16 x 6 3/8" folded

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building.
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Untitled CEG596 1931 March 31

Physical Description: 7 3/8 x 8 5/8"

Scope and Contents

One of 7 drawings of carvings for St. James' Underground building. This drawing has a note in Gill's hand stating, "Traced from sketch (by Chas. Holden) by Rabinovitch."
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Untitled CEG597 1925 October 6

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 5 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Original drawing of a girl (front view) with long hair, indicating width as 2'6" at top, with legend at bottom "for carving in Capel-y-ffin stone."
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG598 1926 January 7

Physical Description: 11 ½ x 9 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of 5 pencil drawings executed in ½ & 1/8 full size.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG599 1926 January 8

Physical Description: 15 ½ x 10 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Altarpiece for the Chapel. One of 5 pencil drawings executed in ½ & 1/8 full size.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG600 1926 January 10

Physical Description: 14 x 8 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Altarpiece for the Chapel. One of 5 pencil drawings; executed in 1/8 full size.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG601 1926 January 9

Physical Description: 14 ½ x 9 3/16"

Scope and Contents

Altarpiece for the Chapel. One of 5 pencil drawings executed at 1/8 full size.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG602 1926 June 14

Physical Description: 9 5/8 x 6 ¼" inside folder measuring 10 x 14"

Scope and Contents

Altarpiece for the Chapel. One of 5 pencil drawings; executed at 1/8 full size. This drawing is finished with shading and gridded for carving.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG603 1925-1926

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 2 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of 5 pencil drawings executed in ½ & 1/8 full size. For image, see item CEG598.
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Rossall School Memorial Chapel Altar CEG604 1925-1926

Physical Description: 4 ½ x 2 ½"

Scope and Contents

One of 5 pencil drawings executed in ½ & 1/8 full size. For image, see item CEG598.
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Untitled CEG605 1910 August

Physical Description: 14 3/8 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Drawing for a monument at Haslemere with allegorical figure and inscription "In Memoriam M.E. D[akyns] Jan. III MCMVIII…" Drawn to scale.
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[Jesus College, Cambridge] CEG606 1929 July-November

Physical Description: 5 ¾ x 7 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Sketch of proposed coat of arms over gateway – to be carved out of Weldon stone.
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[Jesus College, Cambridge] CEG607 1929 July 27

Physical Description: 9 ¾ x 5 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Scale drawing (1/2") of proposed coat of arms over gateway – to be carved out of Weldon stone.
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[Jesus College, Cambridge] CEG608 1929 November 7

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 5 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Scale drawing (1/2") of proposed coat of arms over gateway – to be carved out of Weldon stone.
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[Jesus College, Cambridge] CEG609 1929 November 7

Physical Description: 26 x 28 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Scale drawing (1/2") of proposed coat of arms over gateway – to be carved out of Weldon stone.
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Morecombe Bay CEG610 1933 April 4

Physical Description: 8 x 11"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor drawing for the Morecombe Bay L.M.S. Hotel staircase ceiling. Inscribed by Gill: "Staircase ceiling, Mosaic, 1/16 full size. 3/4" scale."
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Morecombe Bay CEG611 1933 March 25

Physical Description: 9 x 9 3/4

Scope and Contents

Watercolor drawing for the Morecombe Bay L.M.S. Hotel staircase ceiling. Inscribed by Gill: "Staircase ceiling, Mosaic, 1/16 full size. 3/4" scale."
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Proposed Garden Statue CEG612 1911 August 28

Physical Description: 10 7/8 x 30 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Drawing of proposed garden statue. A woman stands with hands on her head, one foot forward, in robes from the waist down. Squared for scale.
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Potholders CEG613 undated

Physical Description: 2 pieces: 7 ½ x 6 3/8" (green ink), 8 ¼ x 6 ½" (blue ink)

Scope and Contents

Quilted potholders printed with drawing of girl with long hair (se: Clark – Gill Group II, 6.10.25). Gilliana. Source: Basilisk/Inv S1217 of 20May83. Box #81.
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Untitled CEG615 1928 January

Physical Description: 10 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of design for Owl on a branch, in circle with 6" diameter. Note in Gill's hand states, "for Oliver Lodge gravestone i.e. fr. his wife's grave. Dr. by E.G. Camd by CC."
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Untitled CEG616 1903

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy.
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Untitled CEG617 1903

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Text notes that these are "uncials…adapted from fifth to eighth century work."
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Untitled CEG618 1903

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Text notes that these are "uncials…adapted from fifth to eighth century work." A note in Gill's hand states not to "make the lower arm of the F quite so low as here shown."
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Untitled CEG619 1903

Physical Description: 8 x 6 ½"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Text notes that this hectograph is for the plan of a book opening, with instructions for measurements and folding.
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Untitled CEG620 1903

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Text notes that these are "half-uncials…adapted from round writing of sixth to eighth centuries."
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Untitled CEG621 1904

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Text notes that these are "half-uncials…adapted from round writing of sixth to eighth centuries."
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Untitled CEG622 1903

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Shows several capital letters in "Roman Capitals."
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Untitled CEG623 1903-1904

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy. Shows three full alphabets, one that is "Serif magnified."
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Untitled CEG624 1904

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy.
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Untitled CEG625 1904

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy.
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Untitled CEG626 1903-1904

Physical Description: 6 ½ x 8"

Scope and Contents

Hewitt, Graily. A hectographed calligraphic sample sheet, designed for the use of students of calligraphy.
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Untitled CEG627 1926 June

Physical Description: 6 ¼ x 6 3/4" on a page measuring 9 x 11"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of an inscription on the base of a funeral urn for Walter Mortimer Ronalds, 1902-1924. Gill Inscription work 449.
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Untitled CEG628 1942

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 10 ½" on a page measuring 9 x 12"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing by Laurie Cribb of an inscription on the Eric Gill memorial table in the floor of Westminster Cathedral. Gill Inscription work [762a], p. 122. Gilliana.
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Untitled [Alphabet] CEG629 undated

Physical Description: 23 ½ x 22"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing from an inscription of an alphabet by Gill and Laurie Cribb.
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Untitled CEG630 undated

Physical Description: 29 7/8 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of memorial tablet for Frederick Hamlyn, who died in 1904. Note states that the inscription was designed by Gill and cut by Laurie Cribb.
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Untitled CEG631 1934 October

Physical Description: 21 ½ x 29 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of a memorial tablet for Philomel. Text reads, "Remember Philomel, 1845-1923, Ate Worms, Sang Songs R.I.P."
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Untitled CEG632 1938 February

Physical Description: 30 x 27"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of memorial tablet for Michael George Herbert, 1893-1932. Note states that the inscription was designed by Gill and cut by Laurie Cribb. Group III.
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December 1930 CEG633 undated

Physical Description: 22 1/8 x 32 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing from a inscription for a memorial to John Gamble, B.D., Canon of Bristol, 1859-1929. Group III.
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Untitled CEG634 1926 June

Physical Description: 29 ¾ x 23

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of memorial tablet for Frances Darwin, 1848-1925. Note states that the inscription was designed by Gill and cut by Laurie Cribb. Group III.
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Untitled CEG635 1928 January

Physical Description: 24 ½ x 24 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of memorial tablet for John Beaumont Hotham, 1874-1924. Note states that the inscription was designed by Gill and cut by Laurie Cribb. Group III.
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Untitled CEG636 about 1930

Physical Description: 29 ¾ x 33 ½"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of memorial tablet for Henry Hill Hickman, 1800-1830. Created by Gill and Laurie Cribb.
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Untitled CEG637 1931

Physical Description: 44 ½ x 21

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of inscription of front side of memorial to Henry M. Moore and wife, Jessy M. Maddocks.
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Untitled CEG638 1937 July

Physical Description: 49 x 26"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing from an inscription of tablet in memory of Sir John Donal Kelly, 1871-1936
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[Tablet for Walter Hines Page] CEG639 1923 June

Physical Description: 20 x 29"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing of a tablet at Westminster Abbey, made in memory of Walter Hines Page, ambassador of the United States to the Court of St. James.
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[Aubrey Beardsley Tablet] CEG2426 undated

Physical Description: 19 x 21 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Rubbing from tablet created for Brighton Town Council. Text reads, "Aubrey Beardsley, Master of Line, Was born in this house on August 21st 1872, he was a pupil at the Brighton Grammar School 1884-1888 and died at Mentone on March 16th 1898."
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG640 undated

Physical Description: 8 x 6 7/16"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG641 undated

Physical Description: 9 x 1 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG642 undated

Physical Description: 9 ¼ x 2"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG643 undated

Physical Description: 3 3/16 x 2 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG644 undated

Physical Description: 2 7/8 x 1"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Eno's Fruit Salt CEG645 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 6 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic drawings created by Edward Johnston as trials for commercial commission. (Johnston Selection of Materials #12a. Lansburgh, 1/20/62)
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Untitled [The Vicar of St. Andrews] CEG646 about 1900-1910

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 3 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of three examples of lettering on vellum, none dated. The text on this item states, "The Chancel Panelling was given by Mrs. Cuthbert Hutchinson in memory of her Mother Henrietta Gylby and her two Children Percy and Hilda."
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Untitled [The Choir Stalls…] CEG647 about 1900-1910

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 3 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of three examples of lettering on vellum, none dated. The text on this item states, "The Choir Stalls and Pulpit where given in memory of his three Sisters: Ann Smith, Jane Priestman, & Eleanor Turner, by William Smith of Corbridge."
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Untitled [The Vicar of St. Andrews] CEG648 about 1900-1910

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 3 ¼"

Scope and Contents

One of three examples of lettering on vellum, none dated. The text on this item states, "The Vicar of St. Andrews."
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Untitled CEG649 1906 October 11

Physical Description: 8 5/8 x 11 1/8"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG650 1904 January 18

Physical Description: 8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG651 1901 June 28

Physical Description: 13 ¼ x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG652 1901-1908

Physical Description: 8 3/4 x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG653 1902 December 10

Physical Description: 8 3/8 x 13 1/4"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG654 1901-1908

Physical Description: 8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG655 1903 December 7

Physical Description: 7 5/8 x 12 ¾"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG656 1901-1908

Physical Description: 8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG657 1907 June 13

Physical Description: 9 1/8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG658 1903 July 1

Physical Description: 8 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG659 1902 November 6

Physical Description: 9 x 13"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG660 1901-1908

Physical Description: 6 5/8 x 8 ¼"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG661 1907 July 1

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 13 5/8"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled CEG662 1905 October 16

Physical Description: 10 x 15"

Scope and Contents

A calligraphic sample that has been hectographed. One from a set of 14 sample sheets provided to the students of Edward Johnston. [Note: when Johnston began to teach, Eric Gill was one of only 9 students].
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Untitled [The Fleet Defense Fund] CEG663 1915-1916

Physical Description: 9 5/8 x 7 ½"

Scope and Contents

Commissions for the Fleet Defence Fund and the other for a title page in the annual. One of five pieces in a group.
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Untitled [The Fleet Defense Fund] CEG664 1915-1916

Physical Description: 5 7/8 x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Commissions for the Fleet Defence Fund and the other for a title page in the annual. One of five pieces in a group.
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Untitled [The Fleet Defense Fund] CEG665 1915-1916

Physical Description: 6 1/8 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Commissions for the Fleet Defence Fund and the other for a title page in the annual. One of five pieces in a group.
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Untitled [The Fleet Defense Fund] CEG666 1915 March 18

Physical Description: 8 1/8 x 10 3/8"

Scope and Contents

Commissions for the Fleet Defence Fund and the other for a title page in the annual. One of five pieces in a group.
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Untitled [The Fleet Defense Fund] CEG667 1916 December 18

Physical Description: 5 7/8 x 4 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Commissions for the Fleet Defence Fund and the other for a title page in the annual. One of five pieces in a group.
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Henry Whitehead Moss CEG668 about 1908

Physical Description: one leaf folded, 12 ½ x 10"

Scope and Contents

A presentation commission from Shrewsbury School for their retired headmaster. In trial lettering of black, red and matte gold.
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Bainton Rectory Chain Book Layout and letters CEG669 1923 May

Physical Description: 3 7/8 x 4 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Layout for Bainton Rectory Chain Book. Small pages with notes bound in cardstock. Johnston: Selection of Materials #7. Also includes a loos paper scrap with a print of Johnston's signature.
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Bainton Rectory Chain Book Layout and letters CEG670 1922 December 10

Physical Description: 4 3/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding Bainton Rectory Chain Book. One leaf, signed in Johnston's hand. Johnston: Selection of Materials #7. Not photographed.
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Bainton Rectory Chain Book Layout and letters CEG671 1921 April 27

Physical Description: 4 3/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding Bainton Rectory Chain Book. One leaf, addressed to Edward Johnston. Johnston: Selection of Materials #7. Not photographed.
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Bainton Rectory Chain Book Layout and letters CEG672 1923 May

Physical Description: 4 3/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding Bainton Rectory Chain Book. One leaf, presumably a continuation of item CEG671. Johnston: Selection of Materials #7. Not photographed.
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Bainton Rectory Chain Book Layout and letters CEG673 1923 July 23

Physical Description: 4 3/8 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding Bainton Rectory Chain Book. One leaf, addressed to Edward Johnston. Johnston: Selection of Materials #7. Not photographed.
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Blake's "The Piper" CEG674 1923 May

Physical Description: 4 5/8 x 6 5/8"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphy and gold leaf of William Blake's "The Piper." Johnston: Selection of Materials #11, Lansburgh 1/20/62
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Book of Remembrance CEG675 about 1918

Physical Description: 5 7/8 x 8" folded

Scope and Contents

Trial lettering in black, red and matte gold for "A Book of Remembrance of the Bainton Men who served in the Great War…" See Johnston, a Selection of Materials #2. Lansburgh 1/20/62.
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Book of Remembrance CEG676 about 1918

Physical Description: 6 x 8" on matt measuring 9 7/8 x 11 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Trial lettering in black, red and matte gold for "Book of Remembrance." See Johnston, a Selection of Materials #2. Lansburgh 1/20/62.
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Untitled CEG677 about 1936

Physical Description: 5 ½ x 8 ¼" folded

Scope and Contents

A sketch of lettering done in blue pencil on a sheet of worn newspaper. See Johnston, a Selection of Materials #3.
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Untitled CEG678 about 1936

Physical Description: 5 ¼ x 8" folded

Scope and Contents

A sketch of lettering done in blue pencil on a sheet of worn newspaper. See Johnston, a Selection of Materials #3.
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Untitled CEG679 about 1936

Physical Description: 8 ½ x 10 ½"

Scope and Contents

A sketch of lettering done in blue and red pencil on a worn manila envelope. See Johnston, a Selection of Materials #3.
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Photographs of Various Letterings, Etc. CEG680 1906

Physical Description: 5 7/8 x 8 7/8"

Scope and Contents

Booklet with 9 photographs of Gill's stone lettering from 1904-1906, including descriptions are included under each photograph. Text on the cover states, "To my Father & Mother from A.E.R. Gill. For September 30 & December 2, 1906."
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Untitled CEG682 about 1908

Physical Description: 10 x 15"

Scope and Contents

Design, colored by hand, for painted inscription of a theatre, "The Playhouse, Northumberland Ave…Mgr. Cyril Maude." Signed [by Gill] "A.E.R. Gill & Percy J. Smith, Writers."
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Untitled (The Keymer & District Land Club Sussex) CEG683 undated

Physical Description: 3 x 7"

Scope and Contents

Piece of rag or cardboard painted navy blue with white text and white and red patterned accents.
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Sketch for Land Club banner or poster CEG684 1909 June

Physical Description: 6 x 8"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of a landscape with house for Land Club League poster
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Untitled (The Land Club League) CEG685 undated

Physical Description: 5½ x 5 ¾"

Scope and Contents

Watercolor painting of a house with fruit tree and wheat with text below.
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Untitled (The Land Club League) CEG686 undated

Physical Description: 6 x 6¼"

Scope and Contents

Painting of a house with fruit tree and wheat with text below.
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Sketch for Land Club banner CEG687 1909 June

Physical Description: 14 ¼ x 10 ¼"

Scope and Contents

Painting of house between two trees with text below.
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Alphabet CEG688 undated

Physical Description: 8 ¾ x 11 1/4"

Scope and Contents

Alphabet with capitals and numerals. Initialed at bottom, "AERG." Group III.
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Untitled CEG689 1907

Physical Description: 1 leaf, 18 x 22." Folded to 18 x 11 ½"

Scope and Contents

Early attempt at lettering, in ink, reading, "This Indenture…" The date, 1907, is within the text.
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Untitled CEG690 undated

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 7 1/8"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic specimen on vellum. A verse from Browning which reads, "The year's at the spring…" (8 lines). Gill's initials penciled at bottom.
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Untitled CEG691 about 1907-1908

Physical Description: 1 leaf, 11 x 11"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic example by Ethel Moore [maiden name of Mrs. Gill, who took the name 'Mary' as her name upon entering the Catholic church], written when she was a pupil of Edward Johnston. First line of poem reads, "Let those who are in favor with their stars…" Four lines of text.
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Untitled CEG692 about 1907-1908

Physical Description: 1 leaf, 22 x 18" folded to 11 1/2 x 18"

Scope and Contents

Calligraphic formal script, in ink, on handmade paper, text reading, "The Ancients held there to be…" [15 lines in all, signed in pencil at bottom]
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Untitled CEG693-697 about 1929

Physical Description: 10 ¼ x 13 ½"

Scope and Contents

5 proofs of calligraphic division titles intended for the Cranach Press' Hamlet. Only one proof photographed.
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ms Alphabet CEG698 1910 February 25

Physical Description: 31 x 21"

Scope and Contents

Ink studies for lettering of alphabet, this page has letters A, B, C, D, E and F. Group III.
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ms Alphabet CEG699 1910 February