Charles Spencelayh  (British, 1865-1958) 

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Charles Spencelayh, The Early Bird

 

Charles Spencelayh
The Early Bird
Willow Gallery
Charles Spencelayh, The Buttonhole

 

Charles Spencelayh
The Buttonhole
M.S. Rau Antiques
Charles Spencelayh, Perplexed

 

Charles Spencelayh
Perplexed
Trinity House
Charles Spencelayh, A Fine Specimen

 

Charles Spencelayh
A Fine Specimen
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Charles Spencelayh, Good Health

 

Charles Spencelayh
Good Health
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
 
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Charles Spencelayh, Family teatime

 

Charles Spencelayh
Family teatime
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Charles Spencelayh, His Birthday

 

Charles Spencelayh
His Birthday, 1925
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Charles Spencelayh, Polly not forgotten

 

Charles Spencelayh
Polly not forgotten, 1929
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  Charles Spencelayh was the son of Henry Spencelayh, an engineer and iron brass founder. Born in Rochester, Kent, Charles entered the National Art Training School (latterly the Royal College of Art) in 1885. This was followed by studies at the Royal Academy, where he showed his work from 1892 with few interruptions until 1958. To complete his training, he went to study in Paris, where he also exhibited at the Paris Salon. Although Spencelayh was renowned for his many studies in oils, he also achieved acclaim as a watercolourist, an etcher and for portrait miniatures. It was Spencelayh who painted a miniature of King George V for Queen Mary’s celebrated dolls’ house, which was on display at the Wembley Exhibition of 1924 and is now at Windsor Castle. The work of Spencelayh is represented in several museums including Bradford City Art Gallery; the Tate Gallery, London; the Manchester City Art Gallery; and the Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston.


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