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Alice Stopford Green was an Irish historian and Nationalist. She was born Alice Amelia Stopford in Kells, County Meath. She married John Richard Green, a historian and clergyman from Oxfordshire. In London she often entertained budding artists. Sent from Scarborough to be her secretary was a young woman by the name of Emily Appleyard, she became the artist’s wife. Alice Green was a friend of the Irish Free Army Officer, Michael Collins.
oil on canvas
127 x 101.5 cm
presented to the former Maesteg Urban Council by the sitter; inherited by the former Ogwr Borough Council and by Bridgend County Borough Council from them
Bridgend County Borough Council Collection, Maesteg Town Hall
Talbot Street, Maesteg, Bridgend (Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr) CF34 9DA WalesView venue
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