Gill was one of the most respected artists of the 20th Century. His statue Prospero and Ariel adorns the BBC’s Broadcasting House and the Creation of Adam is in the lobby of the Palais des Nations, now the European HQ of the United Nations in Geneva.
But MacCarthy’s book revealed that he regularly had sex with two of his daughters, his sisters and even the family dog. These encounters he recorded in his diary.
Most problematically, he was a Catholic convert (CRYPTO JEW) who created some of the most popular devotional art of his era, such as the Stations of the Cross in Westminster Cathedral, where worshippers pray at each panel depicting the suffering of Jesus.
“He abused his maids, his prostitutes, animals, he was having sex with everything that moved – a very deranged man sexually.”
But the Catholic Church (PAEDO HQ CRYPTO JEW DIVISION)) would not budge an inch. The former Westminster Cathedral administrator, Bishop George Stack, retains an unequivocal view.
“There was no consideration given to taking these down. A work of art stands in its own right. Once it has been created it takes on a life of its own.”