(1855 - 1916)
Harry Pelling Gill was active/lived in United Kingdom, Australia. Harry Gill is known for landscape, interior painting, art education.
Biography Harry Gill
Harry Pelling Gill (1855 - 1916)
Primarily an art educator and curator, Gill produced landscape and interior paintings as well as some etchings.
He was born on March 9, 1855, at Brighton, Sussex, England, the son of Alfred Gill and his wife Frances Elizabeth, née Pelling. Gill studied at the Brighton School of Art, Hove and Sussex Grammar Schools and at South Kensington where he won a scholarship.
In 1882 Gill was appointed master of the School of Design at Adelaide and held this position for 27 years. He published The Straight and Crooked Paths of Studentship in 1894. He was appointed honorary curator of the art gallery of South Australia, and in 1899 visited Europe where, with the ass
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