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Arthur Eric Rowton Gill (; 22 February 1882 – 17 November 1940) was an English sculptor, typeface designer, and printmaker, who was associated with the Arts and Crafts movement. His religious views and subject matter contrast with his sexual behaviour, including his erotic art, and (as mentioned in his own diaries) his extramarital affairs and sexual abuse of his daughters, sisters, and dog. Gill was named a Royal Designer for Industry. He was also an Associate of the Royal Academy of Arts.
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British stone carver, engraver, typographer, author; apprenticed as an architect before becoming an artist.
British, English
Artist, Author, Carver, Architect, Calligrapher, Teacher, Writer, Engraver, Typographer, Graphic Designer, Sculptor, Stone Carver
Eric Gill, Arthur Eric Rowton Gill, Arthur Eric Rovton Peter Joseph, A. E. R. G., E. P. J. G., Arthur Eric Rovton Peter Joseph Gill, Arthur Eric Rowton Peter Joseph Gill
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