11 facts about Olive Dutton Green

Olive Dutton Green (February 1878 – 5 July 1930) was a noted Australian artist, born in Adelaide, a daughter of politician and real-estate agent George Dutton Green (1850–1911).

She moved to London almost 1910. She studied below Frank Spenlove-Spenlove and painted in post-impressionist style.

Exhibited in Adelaide, London Paris. Member of the South Australian Society of Arts; Society of Women Artists; Royal Institute of Oil Painters.

Dutton Green died in Hampstead, London after a long illness. She was survived by her mommy and her two sisters.

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