George Green (1767-1849)
Three-quarter-length seated portrait of the shipbuilder George Green, painted about 1840. Green was the son of a brewer who became an apprentice in John Perry's Blackwall shipbuilding yard at 15, rose rapidly on merit, married Perry's daughter in 1796 and was made a partner in the yard in 1797. Initially a shipbuilder, George Green laid the foundations of the family shipowning business from 1824, especially to India and Australia, and also fitted out vessels in the whaling trade.
- Image reference: BHC2725
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection
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