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;
Woking, The Lightbox, The Ingram Collection: Where’s God Now?, 18 July – 27 September 2015
Eric Gill was seen as one of the most colourful artists in the early years of the 20th century but ironically the majority of his works were created in black and white. He was a sculptor, typographer and writer and it was his unique use of line in his engravings that made his work so sought after. Gill’s subject matter continued to combine the deeply religious and the highly erotic which gave the viewer a direct insight into his eccentric life. The engraving was the design for an advertisement for the National Institute for the Blind.