Charles Spencelayh: A Life in Detail Part I

by Matthew Innis |

“Oh!  yes, but of course.  He’s the chap who does those fantastic pictures of old boys pottering around in junks shops, isn’t he?”1 When Aubrey Noakes wrote his 1978 biography about the British painter Charles Spencelayh, he referred to the artist as a “mystery man.”  Despite a career which had spanned more than 65 years,…

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