Charles Spencelayh-The Cause of All the Trouble June 15, 2019 The Cause of All the Trouble Charles Spencelayh (1865-1958) British Read more about Charles Spencelayh (a favorite of Queen Mary) HERE Maybe he needs a Seamstress in Fine Art? Related 6 responses to “Charles Spencelayh-The Cause of All the Trouble” What an interesting study of using browns.Well done! I always enjoy your “artwork” posts. I find the stories behind them very interesting. Thank you for sharing great works! Wow. All the detail and does look like a photo. I LOVED taking your class at BU by the way, was so nice to meet you! ❤️, Susan from Alabama a common predicament in the days of olden…. carrying coins and other things in pockets. I would imagine for professional scavengers there would be a lot of treasures to be found…. in those days of olden. I like this painting. Men….. and their stuff Oh dear, a hole in his pocket. He does need a seamstress! For some reason, (all the books behind him and a candle burned low?) I bet he is a professor.. Bet he is very interesting. If you looked up the reference, did you see “Mrs Newell Making Lace”? Love it !! Comments are closed.