Boy on the Beach

Boy on the Beach



Green studied at Heatherley’s and with Josiah Wood Whymper. An excellent figure and genre painter and draughtsman, he exhibited from 1862. He was elected an associate member of the Institute of Painters in Watercolours in 1864, becoming a full member in 1867. He also worked in oils, exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1862-83. A prolific illustrator, he contributed to such papers as Once a Week, The Graphic and many other periodicals. He also produced many book illustrations and became one of the most successful illustrators of his time. Green died in Hampstead in 1898. Examples of his work are in the collections of the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and in many other public collections.


Height 33.02 cm / 13 "
Width 43.18 cm / 17 "
Framed height 78.74 cm / 31 "
Framed width 86.36 cm / 34 "