Mary Charlotte Greene Painting


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Mary Charlotte Greene Painting

Oil on canvas by Mary Charlotte Greene (1860 - 1951) likely depicting Lammas Land or Coe Fen in Cambridge. Signed and dated (1946) with monogram to bottom left corner.
A characterful distressed gilt gesso frame and some age related cracking to the paint give this picture a provocative weathered country house feel.

H: 47.5cm W: 68cm D: 4cm

Born in 1860 in Takeley, Essex, Mary Charlotte Greene had a passion for painting from a young age. She studied at the Colarossi Academy in Paris, while staying with her sister Helen, before training at the Royal Academy in London.

Her initial dismay at a family decision to live in Harston, Cambridgeshire, grew into a love of the village, the surrounding countryside and the nearby town of Cambridge. Working from a studio in a side road off St Andrew’s Street, she became a prominent member of the Cambridge Drawing Society and served as its President from 1926-29.

She was also the Aunt of famed author Graham Greene.

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  • H: 47.5cm (18.70in)
  • W: 68cm (26.77in)
  • D: 4cm (1.57in)



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