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George Pycock Green

(circa 1811-1893), Artist

Artist associated with 2 portraits

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Thomas Simpson, by J. Cook, published by  Richard Bentley, after  George Pycock Green - NPG D8233

Thomas Simpson

by J. Cook, published by Richard Bentley, after George Pycock Green
stipple engraving, published 1845
NPG D8233

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Clare O'Keefe

03 February 2019, 22:50

Born 19th July 1818 , this is Mary Everett Wood, daughter of Sarah Bateson of Wortley, Leeds, and Robert Wood, a notable Methodist Minister. She was an author and historian and wife of the artist. She married painter George Pycock Green. Information available on the internet. Part of the lost Heritage of Wortley. Sarah Bateson was the daughter of Matthew Bateson 1762 to 1822, Clothier, and benefactor of the Wortley Grammar School, Leeds Infirmary and Methodist Chapel in Wortley.

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