Charles Spencelayh: A Life in Detail Part IV

by Matthew Innis |

In this, the fourth and final installment of “Charles Spencelayh: A Life in Detail,” a collection of the artist’s work is presented. Among the pieces are some photos of the artist, a few self-portraits, and a few of his rarer landscapes and floral still-lifes. Also included are a few paintings for which no color images can yet be found online. Several of these were among the many Spencelayh paintings from the private collection of Sam Cowan, while two others – ‘Stalemate’ and ‘The Third Generation’ – were from the collection of G.B. Horridge. The Horridge and Cowan collections probably represented most of Spencelayh’s finest works.

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