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Joseph Cribb (1892-1967)

Christ's Entry into Jerusalem

Details
Joseph Cribb (1892-1967)
Christ's Entry into Jerusalem
carved limestone relief with paint
11½ in. (29.2 cm.) wide
Provenance
A gift from the artist to the present owner's grandfather, and by descent.
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Lot Essay

Joseph Cribb was Eric Gill's first apprentice, working with him in Ditchling in East Sussex between 1906 and 1913. Cribb continued to work as Gill's assistant until the latter's death in 1940. The present owner's grandfather worked alongside Joseph Cribb for short periods in his workshop at Ditchling.
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