Gill was adamantly opposed to fascismand was one of the few Catholics in Britain to openly support the Spanish Republicans. Caroespecialists in ecclesiastical architecture. Modernism and the Museum: Working from Ditchling in Sussexwhere he lived with his wife, in Gill began direct carving of stone figures. Relief representing Israelite culture, one of ten bas-reliefs by Gill in the inner courtyard at the Rockefeller MuseumJerusalem,
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There his pupils included David Joneswho soon began a relationship with Gill's daughter, Petra. One of Gill's first independent lettering projects was creating an alphabet for W. InGill moved to Capel-y-ffin in PowysWaleswhere he established a new workshop, to be followed by Jones and other disciples. Retrieved 13 February Eva Svensson and David R. Retrieved 16 September