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Not as good as his immoral brother Eric but still wonderful: Max Gill at Ditchling reviewed

16 February 2019

9:00 AM

16 February 2019

9:00 AM

MacDonald ‘Max’ Gill (1884–1947) is less well known than his notorious brother, Eric. But was he less of a designer, less of an artist?

The son of a Brighton clergyman, his career was built on a sequence of remarkable connections. The architect Halsey Ricardo, a descendant of the economist, was his tutor.

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