Gerald Green (born 1947)

"My paintings are impressions of places and events from everyday life. Many are painted 'plein air' with a sense of what I like to call 'casual reality' through which I aim to catch the essence of my subjects with the use of light to energize and invigorate the work". - Gerald Green 

In 1986 British artist Gerald Green relinquished his career as an architect to follow his passion for painting.
Gerald is represented by a number of commercial galleries in the UK and has exhibited with several London Art Societies, together with being a finalist in a variety of National Arts Competitions. His work has been shown in Europe, USA and in 2010 he was an invited artist for the inaugural International Watercolour Biennial in China. In addition, he has undertaken numerous commissions for National and International Property Development Companies.
A published author, Gerald's work features in 9 books and for several years he has been a regular contributor to arts magazines. Furthermore, he has appeared on television and taken part in radio interviews about his work.

Gerald Green

The Blue Hat, St Martin's Lane, London


Gerald Green

By The Fountain, Trafalgar Square, London


Gerald Green

The Royal Exchange, London


Gerald Green

Salotto Italiano (Italian Drawing Room)


Gerald Green

Winter Sunlight in the City