Gabriel Pippet

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Gabriel Pippet (1880-1962) was an English artist.

Pippet was born in Solihull in 1880. As well as being was an artist, he was known as an illustrator and a wood carver. Pippet's work was influenced by Pre-Raphaelites, the Arts and Crafts Movement, and medieval manuscript design. Pippet is buried in Droitwich next to the Church of the Sacred Heart, whose mosaics he designed.

Work[edit]

Gabriel Pippet's art and designs decorated several churches and chapels in its various forms. Amongst these are:

At one point Pippet lived at Hare Street House the home of Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, and he and Pippet worked together on wood carving and panelling. Pippet used wood-cuts to illustrate Benson's books.

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