Rupert Maas, Picture Dealer, Writer and Broadcaster writes that he finds "Green’s pictures are haunting, backlit visions from a strange, bloodless interior world, painted exquisitely and with wry humour. There is no one else like her. Where has she been all our lives?"
Artist and author, Carolyn Trant, writes "This book is a fascinating study is full of social history - about the available Schools of Art in London for a young middle class girl and the opportunities for a woman over 300, newly enfranchised after 1918; Green’s paintings themselves comment on social class, gender and choice of apparel and her life illustrates the precariousness of a professional artistic career pursued by a single woman with dedication and vigour. It also provides useful context for other better-known women artists, some of whom are mentioned in the text, and enlarges our understanding of all their lives in this period.”
Author: Dr. Carole Walker
Paperback: 230 pages
Dimensions: 20 x 25cm