Charles Spencelayh: A Life in Detail Part III

by Matthew Innis |

On Technique For his highly detailed Representational art, Charles Spencelayh earned the sobriquet “The Human Camera,” a nickname of adulation among the general public, but of contempt and disapproval among the art establishment.  Today, more than half-a-century since Spencelayh’s passing, such an epithet still raises the same emotions, though due to changing tastes, the reason behind…

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