Woking, The Lightbox, The Ingram Collection: Prints and Printmaking, 1 February – 30 April 2011;
Chichester, Otter Gallery, University of Chichester, Ingram Loan Exhibition, March – April 2012;
London, Pangolin London & Kings Place Gallery, Sculptors’ Drawings & Works On Paper, 31 August – 12 October 2012
Christopher Skelton, Eric Gill The Engravings, London, 1990 (no. P292)
This appeared in Engravings 1928-1933 by Eric Gill, printed by Gill and Hague, published by Faber & Faber Ltd. in 1934. This was the second volume of engravings by Gill. The original volume of about 100 engravings was presented with a checklist of all of the engravings by Gill during this period. This work also appeared in a 16-page essay entitled, ‘Clothing without Cloth: An Essay on the Nude’ where Gill extolled the notion of the beauty of the human body and the inherent equality of men and women in a state of nudity. It was published by The Golden Cockerel Press, of Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire and the booklet was printed in a run of 500.