- (1882–1940), English sculptor, engraver, and typographer; full name Arthur Eric Rowton Gill. He did the relief carvings Stations of the Cross (1914–18) at Westminster Cathedral and the Prospero and Ariel (1931) on Broadcasting House in London. He also designed the first sans serif typeface, Gill Sans.
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