Thomas G. Greene
Born in 1875 in Toronto, Canada, Thomas G. Greene was a Canadian landscape painter and etcher. He received art lessons from William Cruikshank and William Mouat Loudan at the Central Ontario School of Art in Toronto and Westminster School of Art in London respectively. While in London, Greene founded Carlton Studio in 1903, along with fellow Canadians Archibald Martin, Norman Price, and William Wallace. At the time, Carlton Studio was the largest graphic design company in the United Kingdom.