Tom Green (artist)

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Tom Green
Alfred Thomas Green [1]

(1913-06-17)17 June 1913 [2]
Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom [1]
Died27 January 1981(1981-01-27) (aged 67) [1]
Known forPainting

Alfred Thomas Green (17 June 1913 – 27 January 1981 [2] ) was an Australian artist. He was a painter, printmaker and art teacher.

His work is held in the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Christchurch Art Gallery, and the University of New South Wales. [2] [3] [4]

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