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Painter, b. 1925 - d. 2003

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      • ▲ Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        Apr. 09, 2024

        ▲ Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £300 - £500

        ▲ Margaret Green (1925-2003) 'Beneath the Trees' gouache 18 x 27.5cm Provenance: With Messum's Fine Art, London. Condition Report: Framed: 31 x 40.5cm The work presents well and is ready to hang. Not viewed out of glazed frame.

        Sworders
      • λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003), FIGURES RESTING
        Apr. 04, 2024

        λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003), FIGURES RESTING

        Est: £300 - £400

        λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003)FIGURES RESTING Oil on canvas laid to boardSigned (lower right)20.5 x 26cm (8 x 10 in.)Please note measurements do not include the frame unless otherwise stated. Lionel Bulmer and Margaret Green - one the most celebrated painting partnerships of the twentieth century, moved from their London home in the 1950s to live at Stowmarket, in rural West Suffolk and from there the beaches of Southwold, the sandy dunes and bathers at Walberswick became a key subject for them. The critic, Ian Collins, once wrote that in Bulmer's paintings 'the season appears to be one of permanent summer, and leisure is always in the air.' Indeed, it is this same sentiment in Bulmer's sun-filled paintings that is repeatedly witnessed in the art history of East Anglia, which has attracted artists from far and wide to live and work in the coastal communities that grew to rival the artist colonies of Newlyn and St Ives.

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003), PURPLE CURTAIN TIES
        Apr. 04, 2024

        λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003), PURPLE CURTAIN TIES

        Est: £700 - £900

        λ MARGARET GREEN (BRITISH 1925-2003)PURPLE CURTAIN TIES Oil on canvas laid to board Signed (lower right)52 x 62.5cm (20¼ x 24½ in.)Please note measurements do not include the frame unless otherwise stated. Lionel Bulmer and Margaret Green - one the most celebrated painting partnerships of the twentieth century, moved from their London home in the 1950s to live at Stowmarket, in rural West Suffolk and from there the beaches of Southwold, the sandy dunes and bathers at Walberswick became a key subject for them. The critic, Ian Collins, once wrote that in Bulmer's paintings 'the season appears to be one of permanent summer, and leisure is always in the air.' Indeed, it is this same sentiment in Bulmer's sun-filled paintings that is repeatedly witnessed in the art history of East Anglia, which has attracted artists from far and wide to live and work in the coastal communities that grew to rival the artist colonies of Newlyn and St Ives.

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • Margaret Green,  British 1925–2003 -  Whatever Will They Think of Next?; 
        Mar. 12, 2024

        Margaret Green,  British 1925–2003 -  Whatever Will They Think of Next?; 

        Est: £400 - £600

        Margaret Green,  British 1925–2003 -  Whatever Will They Think of Next?;  oil on panel, indistinctly signed with initials lower left and with artist's label affixed to the reverse of the frame, 13.2 x 16.9 cm (ARR) 

        Roseberys
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'Th
        Dec. 07, 2023

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'Th

        Est: £400 - £600

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'The East Wind', signed and titled verso, oil on board, 14 by 12cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

        Kinghams Auctioneers
      • Margaret Green,  Whatever Will They Think of Next?; 
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Margaret Green,  Whatever Will They Think of Next?; 

        Est: £600 - £800

        Margaret Green,  British 1925–2003 -  Whatever Will They Think of Next?;  oil on panel, indistinctly signed with initials lower left and with artist's label affixed to the reverse of the frame, 13.2 x 16.9 cm (ARR) 

        Roseberys
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'Th
        Oct. 05, 2023

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'Th

        Est: £600 - £800

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), 'The East Wind', signed and titled verso, oil on board, 14 by 12cm, framed. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

        Kinghams Auctioneers
      • MARGARET SMITH LIME GREEN FLORAL DESIGN HANDBAG
        Jul. 17, 2023

        MARGARET SMITH LIME GREEN FLORAL DESIGN HANDBAG

        Est: $50 - $100

        MARGARET SMITH LIME GREEN FLORAL DESIGN HANDBAG -GOOD PREOWNED CONDITION -COLOR: LIME GREEN -SIZE: 7.5" X 11.5" X 4" -KA 7/12/23

        DejaVu Estate Sales & Auctions
      • Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        Apr. 25, 2023

        Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £600 - £800

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) ▴ Margaret Green (1925-2003) View of a garden, possibly the artist's home near Stowmarket, Suffolk signed 'M.Green' l.l., oil on canvas 76 x 101cm Condition Report: Framed 92 x 117.5cm In good condition and well presented. Unexamined under UV light, for a full report please contact the department.

        Sworders
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), Gaz
        May. 27, 2022

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), Gaz

        Est: £300 - £500

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003), Gazing at Tree, signed l.l., titled verso, oil linen laid on board, 24 by 19cm, gilt frame. Note: Artist Resale Rights apply

        Kinghams Auctioneers
      • *Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        Oct. 05, 2021

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £500 - £700

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003) *Margaret Green (1925-2003) View of a Garden, possibly the artist's home near Stowmarket, Suffolk signed 'M Green' l.l., oil on canvas 74.5 x 100cm *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • *Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        May. 18, 2021

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £600 - £800

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003) *Margaret Green (1925-2003) 'Nurses' 1951 inscribed 'M. GREEN/1579 OXFORD R.D./W.HARTLEPOOL', verso, oil on canvas 40 x 56cm Provenance: Messum's Fine Art, 'Lionel Bulmer and Margaret Green: The Early Years', 2010, no. 51. *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • *Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        Mar. 31, 2021

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £500 - £700

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003) *Margaret Green (1925-2003) A landscape signed 'M Green' l.r., oil on board 51 x 61cm, unframed *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), Garden Triptych
        Mar. 18, 2021

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), Garden Triptych

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)Garden TriptychOil on canvasSigned (lower left)63.5 x 76cm (25 x 29¾ in.)

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), View from the window
        Mar. 18, 2021

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), View from the window

        Est: £700 - £900

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)View from the windowOil on board50.5 x 76cm (19¾ x 29¾ in.)Unframed

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), Nude (Lady Coldstream)
        Mar. 18, 2021

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003), Nude (Lady Coldstream)

        Est: £1,200 - £1,800

        λ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)Nude (Lady Coldstream)Oil on board61 x 38cm (24 x 14¾ in.)Provenance:New English Art Club, LondonThe present portrait is believed to be of artist William Coldsream's second wife Monica Hoylan, originally his model who he later married and became Lady Coldstream.

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)
        Feb. 25, 2021

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)

        Est: £300 - £500

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) Summer Day signed 'M.Green' (lower right) oil on board 33 x 24.5cm Footnote: Provenance: With Leonie Jonleigh Studio, Guildford, where acquired in 1982

        Cheffins
      • § Margaret Green (1925-2003) 'The Parlour Window' 16.75 x 29.5in.
        Dec. 08, 2020

        § Margaret Green (1925-2003) 'The Parlour Window' 16.75 x 29.5in.

        Est: £600 - £800

        § Margaret Green (1925-2003) oil on canvas laid on board ''The Parlour Window'' signed and labelled verso 16.75 x 29.5in.

        Gorringes
      • *Margaret Green (1925-2003)
        Oct. 20, 2020

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003)

        Est: £250 - £350

        *Margaret Green (1925-2003) *Margaret Green (1925-2003) Figures by a table in a garden signed l.r., oil on board 20.5 x 25.5cm *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

        Sworders
      • § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)
        Sep. 17, 2020

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) Snow in Winter signed 'M Green' (lower right) oil on canvas 49.5 x 75cm Footnote: Provenance Sale; Bonhams, London, 23 March 2010, lot 112 Exhibited London, The Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition , 2000, no.3

        Cheffins
      • § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) `
        Sep. 17, 2020

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) `

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        § Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) ` Evening, Buxhall Vale signed 'M Green' (lower left) oil on canvas 74.5 x 100cm Footnote: Provenance Sale; Lawrences, Crewkerne, 18 January 2019, lot 1926 It has been suggested that the present work may depict the artist's garden at her home near Stowmarket, Suffolk.

        Cheffins
      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas Laid Down, Inscribed on the reverse,
        Jun. 12, 2020

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas Laid Down, Inscribed on the reverse,

        Est: £400 - £600

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas Laid Down, Inscribed on the reverse, Unframed, 20" x 24". Provenance: lot 218. Sworders Modern British Art Sale, 26 Feb 2019.

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • MARGARET GREEN
        May. 06, 2020

        MARGARET GREEN

        Est: -

        MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Pic-nic in the woods Olio su masonite, cm. 15,5 x 23 Etichetta al retro Provenienza The Trafford Gallery, Londra

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003). 'Storm Approa
        Mar. 19, 2020

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003). 'Storm Approa

        Est: £200 - £300

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003). 'Storm Approaching Southwold', oil on board, signed, 30cm x 46cm. Provenance: Jonleigh Gallery 1988. Sold on behalf of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice..

        Ewbank's
      • Margaret Green, British 1925-2003- Marshmallow in Sussex; oil on board, s
        Feb. 11, 2020

        Margaret Green, British 1925-2003- Marshmallow in Sussex; oil on board, s

        Est: £200 - £300

        Margaret Green, British 1925-2003- Marshmallow in Sussex; oil on board, signed, 15.5x23.4cm (ARR) Provenance: New Grafton Gallery, London, where purchased by J.T. Burns in June 1972 (bears label to the reverse of the frame) In a contemporary painted and gilded frame. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • MARGARET GREEN
        Jan. 25, 2020

        MARGARET GREEN

        Est: -

        MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Picnic in the woods Oil on masonite, cm. 15.5 x 23 Label on the back provenance The Trafford Gallery, London MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Picnic in the woods Olio su masonite, cm. 15,5 x 23 Etichetta al retro Provenienza The Trafford Gallery, Londra

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • MARGARET GREEN
        Jan. 24, 2020

        MARGARET GREEN

        Est: -

        MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Picnic in the woods Oil on masonite, cm. 15.5 x 23 Label on the back provenance The Trafford Gallery, London MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Picnic in the woods Olio su masonite, cm. 15,5 x 23 Etichetta al retro Provenienza The Trafford Gallery, Londra

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of a Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas laid down, Inscribed on the reverse, Unframed, 20" x 24". Provenance: Sworders, 26th February, Lot 218.
        Dec. 18, 2019

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of a Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas laid down, Inscribed on the reverse, Unframed, 20" x 24". Provenance: Sworders, 26th February, Lot 218.

        Est: £400 - £600

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) British. Study of a Lady Ironing, Oil on Canvas laid down, Inscribed on the reverse, Unframed, 20" x 24". Provenance: Sworders, 26th February, Lot 218.

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • Margaret Green, Oil On Canvas
        Nov. 09, 2019

        Margaret Green, Oil On Canvas

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Girl in Garden, Margaret Green British Artist c. 1925-2003, approx. 38 x 32 inches in frame

        Denise Ryan Auction Co.
      • MARGARET GREEN
        Nov. 21, 2018

        MARGARET GREEN

        Est: €200 - €300

        MARGARET GREEN (West Hartlepool 1925 - 2003) Picnic in the woods Olio su masonite, cm. 15,5 x 23 Etichetta al retro PROVENIENZA The Trafford Gallery, Londra

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • Margaret Green,British 1925-2003-Sunset;oil on board, signed, 41x50.5cm, (A
        Sep. 26, 2018

        Margaret Green,British 1925-2003-Sunset;oil on board, signed, 41x50.5cm, (A

        Est: £400 - £600

        Margaret Green,British 1925-2003-Sunset;oil on board, signed, 41x50.5cm, (ARR)

        Roseberys
      • MARGARET GREEN (1925-2003) British (AR) Martello Tower Watercolour and body
        Nov. 22, 2017

        MARGARET GREEN (1925-2003) British (AR) Martello Tower Watercolour and body

        Est: £100 - £150

        MARGARET GREEN (1925-2003) British (AR) Martello Tower Watercolour and bodycolour on laid paper Old label to verso for The Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk 20.5 x 12.5 cm, framed and glazed

        Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
      • δ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) - Fishing; Sea edge
        Sep. 12, 2017

        δ Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) - Fishing; Sea edge

        Est: £100 - £200

        δ Oil on board, a pair One signed lower left, the other lower right Each 21 x 14cm (8 1/4 x 5 1/2in.) (2) Provenance: The collection of the late Ronnie Kirkwood and George Dixon. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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      • Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) - Interior at Elm Park Gardens
        Jun. 27, 2017

        Margaret Green (British 1925-2003) - Interior at Elm Park Gardens

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Oil on canvas Signed and titled to canvas, verso 51 x 62cm (20 1/8 x 23 7/8in.) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Gathering flowers
        Jul. 13, 2016

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Gathering flowers

        Est: £300 - £400

        Watercolour and gouache on paper 22.5 x 24 cm. (8 7/8 x 9 1/2 in) After studying initially at her local art school in Hartlepool, Green moved on to study as a scholarship student at the Royal College Art. It was during its wartime removal to Ambleside in the Lake District, that she was to meet her future husband and artistic partner, Lionel Bulmer. Together they went on to pursue an artistic life that was interwoven at every level and their mutual influence upon each other was seemingly inexhaustible. Green was a gifted teacher and in 1947 took up a post teaching at Walthamstow and later the Royal Academy Schools. However, teaching was always a means to an end - it gave Green the financial security to enable her, and Bulmer, who also spent most of his career teaching at Kingston School of Art, to pursue their painting. Their first home was in Chelsea, in Elm Park Gardens (see lot 92). Her paintings from this period depict scenes from daily life with a quiet sensibility that at once transcends and typifies the uncertainty and drabness of post war London. Later in life, Green and Bulmer moved to the Suffolk countryside where they continued to develop their artistic partnership. Green s paintings became smaller and more intimate, but always with a sense of joy and fun that reflected the artistic idyll that the couple had created. Green exhibited regularly with the London Group, the New English Art Club and at the Royal Academy. Her works are held by the Tate Gallery, the Government Art Collection and other public institutions. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Into the garden
        Jul. 13, 2016

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Into the garden

        Est: £200 - £300

        Gouache on paper 20 x 13 cm. (7 7/8 x 5 1/8 in) After studying initially at her local art school in Hartlepool, Green moved on to study as a scholarship student at the Royal College Art. It was during its wartime removal to Ambleside in the Lake District, that she was to meet her future husband and artistic partner, Lionel Bulmer. Together they went on to pursue an artistic life that was interwoven at every level and their mutual influence upon each other was seemingly inexhaustible. Green was a gifted teacher and in 1947 took up a post teaching at Walthamstow and later the Royal Academy Schools. However, teaching was always a means to an end - it gave Green the financial security to enable her, and Bulmer, who also spent most of his career teaching at Kingston School of Art, to pursue their painting. Their first home was in Chelsea, in Elm Park Gardens (see lot 92). Her paintings from this period depict scenes from daily life with a quiet sensibility that at once transcends and typifies the uncertainty and drabness of post war London. Later in life, Green and Bulmer moved to the Suffolk countryside where they continued to develop their artistic partnership. Green s paintings became smaller and more intimate, but always with a sense of joy and fun that reflected the artistic idyll that the couple had created. Green exhibited regularly with the London Group, the New English Art Club and at the Royal Academy. Her works are held by the Tate Gallery, the Government Art Collection and other public institutions. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Christmas party
        Jul. 13, 2016

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Christmas party

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Oil on canvas-board 46.5 x 31.5 cm. (18 3/8 x 12 3/8 in) After studying initially at her local art school in Hartlepool, Green moved on to study as a scholarship student at the Royal College Art. It was during its wartime removal to Ambleside in the Lake District, that she was to meet her future husband and artistic partner, Lionel Bulmer. Together they went on to pursue an artistic life that was interwoven at every level and their mutual influence upon each other was seemingly inexhaustible. Green was a gifted teacher and in 1947 took up a post teaching at Walthamstow and later the Royal Academy Schools. However, teaching was always a means to an end - it gave Green the financial security to enable her, and Bulmer, who also spent most of his career teaching at Kingston School of Art, to pursue their painting. Their first home was in Chelsea, in Elm Park Gardens (see lot 92). Her paintings from this period depict scenes from daily life with a quiet sensibility that at once transcends and typifies the uncertainty and drabness of post war London. Later in life, Green and Bulmer moved to the Suffolk countryside where they continued to develop their artistic partnership. Green s paintings became smaller and more intimate, but always with a sense of joy and fun that reflected the artistic idyll that the couple had created. Green exhibited regularly with the London Group, the New English Art Club and at the Royal Academy. Her works are held by the Tate Gallery, the Government Art Collection and other public institutions. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Interior at Elm Park Gardens
        Jul. 13, 2016

        Margaret Green (1925-2003) - Interior at Elm Park Gardens

        Est: £3,000 - £4,000

        Oil on canvas Signed with initials lower left; titled on the reverse 51.5 x 61 cm. (20 1/4 x 24 in) After studying initially at her local art school in Hartlepool, Green moved on to study as a scholarship student at the Royal College Art. It was during its wartime removal to Ambleside in the Lake District, that she was to meet her future husband and artistic partner, Lionel Bulmer. Together they went on to pursue an artistic life that was interwoven at every level and their mutual influence upon each other was seemingly inexhaustible. Green was a gifted teacher and in 1947 took up a post teaching at Walthamstow and later the Royal Academy Schools. However, teaching was always a means to an end - it gave Green the financial security to enable her, and Bulmer, who also spent most of his career teaching at Kingston School of Art, to pursue their painting. Their first home was in Chelsea, in Elm Park Gardens (see lot 92). Her paintings from this period depict scenes from daily life with a quiet sensibility that at once transcends and typifies the uncertainty and drabness of post war London. Later in life, Green and Bulmer moved to the Suffolk countryside where they continued to develop their artistic partnership. Green s paintings became smaller and more intimate, but always with a sense of joy and fun that reflected the artistic idyll that the couple had created. Green exhibited regularly with the London Group, the New English Art Club and at the Royal Academy. Her works are held by the Tate Gallery, the Government Art Collection and other public institutions. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • § Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) The Path Through the Woods, signed lower right "M Green", oil on board, 23 x 31cm (9 x 12in);...
        Apr. 30, 2015

        § Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) The Path Through the Woods, signed lower right "M Green", oil on board, 23 x 31cm (9 x 12in);...

        Est: £300 - £500

        § Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) The Path Through the Woods, signed lower right "M Green", oil on board, 23 x 31cm (9 x 12in); and a pair, Cottage Garden, 30 x 23 (12 x 9in) and The Hedge, 33 x 24 cm (13 x 9.5in) oil on board (3) At the Royal Academy, Margaret Green met Lionel Bulmer, a fellow student and her future husband. They went on to become collaborative partners and innovators in the post-World War II art movement, working first in London and then in Suffolk until his death in 1992, after which Green could not bring herself to paint again.

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      • § Margaret Green, NEAC (British, 1925-2003) Arranging Leaves signed lower right "M Green"
        May. 01, 2014

        § Margaret Green, NEAC (British, 1925-2003) Arranging Leaves signed lower right "M Green"

        Est: £200 - £400

        § Margaret Green, NEAC (British, 1925-2003) Arranging Leaves signed lower right "M Green" oil on panel h:19.50 w: 24 cm Provenance: The Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk.

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      • DDS Margaret Green (1925-2003) The Meadow Oil on
        Oct. 23, 2013

        DDS Margaret Green (1925-2003) The Meadow Oil on

        Est: £400 - £600

        DDS Margaret Green (1925-2003) The Meadow Oil on canvas laid on board 30 x 46cm (12 x 18in)

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      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)
        Nov. 13, 2012

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)

        Est: £600 - £800

        Sailing boats on the estuary shore signed 'M Green' (lower left), oil on board 50 x 60cm (19 11/16 x 23 5/8in).

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)
        Jun. 13, 2012

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)

        Est: £600 - £800

        Evening, Buxhall Vale signed (lower left) oil on canvas 75 x 100cm (29 1/2 x 39 3/8in).

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)
        May. 29, 2012

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003)

        Est: £600 - £800

        On the Arun signed 'M Green' (lower right), oil on board 23 x 50cm (9 1/16 x 19 11/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) 'The willow leaved pear'
        Mar. 23, 2010

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) 'The willow leaved pear'

        Est: £400 - £600

        'The willow leaved pear' signed 'M Green' (lower left), oil on canvas laid to board 76.5 x 51.5cm (30 1/8 x 20 1/4in).

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) 'Tea' unframed
        Mar. 23, 2010

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) 'Tea' unframed

        Est: £400 - £600

        'Tea' oil on board 61 x 76cm (24 x 29 15/16in).unframed

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) The edge of the vale
        Mar. 23, 2010

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) The edge of the vale

        Est: £600 - £800

        The edge of the vale signed 'M Green' (lower right), oil on canvas 75.5 x 101.5cm (29 3/4 x 39 15/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) Misty morning
        Mar. 23, 2010

        Margaret Green (British, 1925-2003) Misty morning

        Est: £500 - £700

        Misty morning signed 'M Green' (lower left), oil on board 31 x 46cm (12 3/16 x 18 1/8in).

        Bonhams
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