Charles March Gere, RA, RWS (5 June 1869 – 3 August 1957) was an Englishpainter, illustrator of books, and stained glass and embroidery designer associated with the Arts and Crafts movement. He painted his signal work in 1897 entitled The Lady of Grey Days.The painting was purchased in 1912 and given to Aurora Howard by her mother. She was a descendent of the Earl of Carlisle (of Castle Howard). It was last seen in public in 1988 when it was included in the Barbican exhibition The Last Romantics and used as a poster to advertise the exhibition on most London Underground stations. It is illustrated on the internet and is in a private collection.