Henry Towneley Green

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Henry Towneley Green R.I. (1836 – 1899), was an English watercolour painter and illustrator who exhibited from 1855 at the Royal Academy and the New Society of Painters in Watercolours. He became a member of the New Watercolour Society in 1879. He was the brother of Charles Green R.I. (1840–1898), a leading illustrator for The Graphic. The two brothers produced illustrations for Once a Week, and the Cornhill Magazine, edited by Thackeray, and regular contributed to by Millais and Leighton. Some of Green's work may be seen at the Victoria and Albert Museum.[1]

"Scrumpers" (1867)

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  1. ^ "Henry Towneley Green (1836 - 1899) : Lot 115". Artfact.com. Retrieved 10 July 2018.