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Anthony Green

(b. 1939)


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PRING, Richard Anthony (born 1938), Professor and Director of Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford, 1989–2003; Fellow of Green College, Oxford, 1989–2003, now Emeritus

GREEN, Anthony Richard (born 1955), Professor of Haemato-Oncology, since 1999, and Head, Department of Haematology, since 2000, University of Cambridge; Chair, Department of Haematology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, since 2000

FLEMING, Kenneth Anthony (born 1945), Clinical Reader in Pathology, University of Oxford, 1981–2000 and 2008–10, now Emeritus; Fellow of Green Templeton College (formerly Green College), Oxford, 1981–2010, now Emeritus (Virginia Swanson Fellow in Pathology, 2004–10); Senior Consultant for Pathology, Center for Global Health, National Cancer Institute, Washington, DC, since 2015

STORR, (Charles) Anthony (1920 - 2001), writer and psychiatrist; Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oxford, 1974–84; Fellow, Green College, Oxford, 1979–84, then Emeritus; Hon. Consulting Psychiatrist, Oxford Health Authority, since 1986

LEVY, David Anthony Lipton (born 1953), Director, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, since 2008; Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford, since 2008

 

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(b London, 30 Sept. 1939).

British painter. He specializes in scenes from his own middle-class domestic life portrayed with loving attention to detail and an engaging sense of whimsy. Often he uses oddly shaped canvases that accentuate his strange perspective effects, and his subjects are frequently erotic as well as humorous. His work, which is often on a large scale, is instantly recognizable and is generally highly popular with the public at the Royal Academy summer exhibition, for he vividly communicates the loving feeling he puts into his paintings.

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