A young Buffalo Bill.?
Nope a very famous American. The knife is part of his myth but it's not Bowie.
name='hankoler']A young Buffalo Bill.?
No an outdoors man whose fame was greater in another field ( but this is a photo before his real fame and his image became set).
A very young Teddy Roosevelt??? Brian Keith, etc...that pic has a real "Posed in New York" look to it, and as for the rig-up....
Itname='penfold']A very young Teddy Roosevelt??? Brian Keith, etc...that pic has a real "Posed in New York" look to it, and as for the rig-up....
It is Teddy , looking like he is at an audition for an early incarnation of The Village People
(Teddy will always be John Alexander to me,"Charge ! ")
Fingers on Buzzers....
I was going too say a young Richard the Third but just noticed the red rose,I'll say it anyway.
arthur tudor brother of henry viii?
henry vii? if not,elizabeth i?
That will be another two nopes.....
I take it the red rose is relevant?
It might be, Mr Sloane, but then I didn't paint the thing....
Sometimes, the answer is the obvious one...
It's Sid James aka Charles Laughton
Indeed, either before he started shaving, or before he stopped....
In The Tudors he didn't get a beard until about the 4th wife
lady jenny churchill/anne bancroft?
Nope. She was the most famous person of her generation in her profession. Mr S is certainly familiar with her career
Are you cultivating an interest in Opera now
Madame Marchesi as played by Martita Hunt in Melba ( investigation brought me to this conclusion not stereotypical inside knowledge )
I think we all ought to get out more we are getting to know how each others minds work