In churches[change | change source]
The Green Man became popular in Great Britain in the 19th century. The architects used this image to decorate Gothic cathedrals. He was also very popular among Australian stonemasons and can be found on many holy buildings.  Victorian architecture also use the green man in their constructions.
In popular culture[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- For the "Lady of Wells" boss in the Chapter House of Wells Cathedral, see Wright, Brian (2011). Brigid: Goddess, Druidess and Saint. The History Press. p. 183.
- Rose, James (2006-06-07), Green Man on Broadway, retrieved 2021-06-04