George Hollingsworth (1813–1882) was an artist in Massachusetts in the 19th century. He went the school Milton Academy. He was affiliated with the Boston Artists' Association and the Lowell Institute. He lived in Milton, and kept a studio in Boston on Washington Street (c. 1848-1868).
- Atlantic Monthly, Sept. 1888; p.384.
- Bacon's dictionary of Boston. 1886; p.233.
- Boston Directory. 1848, 1868.
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- Albert Kendall Teele. "George Hollingsworth." The history of Milton, Mass., 1640-1887. Press of Rockwell and Churchill, 1887.
- Samuel L. Gerry. Old Masters of Boston. New England Magazine, v.3, no.6, Feb. 1891.
- Barbara N. Parker. George Hollingsworth and His Family. Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Vol. 50, No. 280 (Jun., 1952), pp. 30-31.
George died in the year 1882 of a cause that no one knows.
- Works by Hollingsworth
Portrait of Alvan Clark