By: Gill, Eric
283pgs. Good condition red cloth hardcover, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Binding sound, red topstain a bit mottled and streaked, slight wrinkling and wear to cloth at edges and corners and rear board, shallow rippling to some pages especially along bottom margins, otherwise internally clean and sound. Fourth Impression March 1941 with frontis self-portrait and several additional plates within text. Sections: Preface, I. Holes in Oblivion, II. The Schoolboy at School, III. The Schoolboy at Home, IV. Chichester, V. In an Architect's Office, VII. Postscript: The Business World and the Army, T.O.S.D., Capel-Y-FFin and Salies-de-Bearn, Jerusalem, Escapades, VIII. Conclusion. "And if I might attempt to state in one paragraph the work which I have chiefly tried to do in my life it is this: to make a cell of good living in the chaos of our world". #2502.
Title: Autobiography. Quod Ore Sumpsimus...
Edition: Fourth Impression
Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape: 1941
Binding: Cloth Hardcover
Book Condition: Good
Size: 8.5x5.25 Inches
Seller ID: 2502
Keywords: Eric Gill, Autobiography, Artist, Engraver, Sculptor, Wood Engraving, Illustrator, Sculpture, Letter Design, Heraldry, Lettering, Memorials, Criticism, Typography, Arts, Art History, Stone Carving, arts&crafts, Self-Portrait 1927, non-fiction, Reference, Bas Relief for the League of Nations Palace 1923, The Architect, Architecture, Deposition, Black Hopton--Wood Stone,