1. Eric Gill said he thought their discussion with Lucas went "really well" as they found some common ground.
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3. Eric Gill was commissioned to develop his alphabet into a full metal type family by his friend Stanley Morison, an influential Monotype executive and historian of printing.
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7. Eric Gill was born in Brighton, the son of non-conformist minister.
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11. Eric Gill spent two years in an art school in Chichester and in 1899 was articled to a London architect; in 1902 he turned to letter carving after studying in his spare time at the new Central School of Arts and Crafts with Edward Johnston, a pioneer in the revival of lettering.
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16. Eric Gill was adamantly opposed to fascism, and was one of the few Catholics in Britain to openly support the Spanish Republicans.
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20. In 1934, Eric Gill visited Jerusalem where he worked at the Palestine Archaeological Museum.
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21. In 1932, Eric Gill produced a group of sculptures, Prospero and Ariel, and others for the BBC's Broadcasting House in London.
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22. Eric Gill carved a statue of the Virgin and Child for the west door of the chapel at Marlborough College.
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24. In 1914 Eric Gill produced sculptures for the stations of the cross in Westminster Cathedral.
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