In Britain, the image of the Green Man enjoyed a revival in the 19th century, becoming popular with architects during the Gothic revival and the Arts and Crafts era, when it appeared as a decorative motif in and on many buildings, both religious and secular. Romanesque carving, doorway of Norman church at Kilpeck , Herefordshire, mid 12th century. He is the sole survivor of a race called the Nym, who were originally entrusted as the gardeners of the world, and who had the ability to manipulate the life and growth of plants around them. The face is almost always male; green women are rare. San Francisco: Harper Collins. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Views Read Edit View history.
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