Eric Gill, ‘The Body of Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross’ 1917

Eric Gill, ‘The Body of Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross’ 1917

I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism. I am not sure I can make clear what it means to say 'I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism', but at the very best it means that I do not think Christianity began with the Reformation.--Stanley Hauerwas [Eric Gill, ‘The Carrying of the Cross’ 1926] (I consider myself to be traditional and orthodox... 'post-evangelical' with ecumenical leanings.)

I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism. I am not sure I can make clear what it means to say 'I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism', but at the very best it means that I do not think Christianity began with the Reformation.--Stanley Hauerwas [Eric Gill, ‘The Carrying of the Cross’ 1926] (I consider myself to be traditional and orthodox... 'post-evangelical' with ecumenical leanings.)

Eric Gill ‘Girl in Bath: I’, 1922 | Wood engraving on paper, 105 x 105 mm | Tate

Eric Gill ‘Girl in Bath: I’, 1922 | Wood engraving on paper, 105 x 105 mm | Tate

"Stay Me with Apples" (1925) by Eric Gill. Relief print on paper. Tate Collection. "Stay me with flagons, comfort me with apples; for I am sick of love." - Song of Songs 2:5 (KJV). "Sustain me with raisin cakes, Refresh me with apples, For I am faint with love” (JPS). Love this!

"Stay Me with Apples" (1925) by Eric Gill. Relief print on paper. Tate Collection. "Stay me with flagons, comfort me with apples; for I am sick of love." - Song of Songs 2:5 (KJV). "Sustain me with raisin cakes, Refresh me with apples, For I am faint with love” (JPS). Love this!

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