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English Civil War Giclée Prints by Graham Turner

Studio 88's Giclée Prints are individually printed to order on very high quality heavyweight art paper, using inks which provide the best colour and finest detail of any prints we offer. Each print is individually printed by the artist, Graham Turner - ensuring excellent quality and a picture that is as close to the original as possible - and it is then signed on the border by him.

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The Siege of Gloucester, 1643 - Print by Graham TurnerThe Siege of Gloucester
Parliamentarian troops sally out of Gloucester to attack the besieging Royalists. Available in two alternative sizes.
The London Trained Bands at NewburyThe London Trained Bands at Newbury
The London Trained Bands fighting off the Royalist Horse at Newbury, 20th September 1643. Available in two alternative sizes.
Cavalry Clash at NewburyCavalry Clash at Newbury
Royalist and Parliament cavalry clash on the southern flank at Newbury. Available in two alternative sizes.
The Relief of YorkThe Relief of York
George, Lord Goring leads his cavalry through Bootham Bar and into York, formally lifting the siege of the City the day before the battle of Marston Moor.
Oliver Cromwell at Marston MoorOliver Cromwell at Marston Moor
Oliver Cromwell is wounded in the neck while leading his Ironsides against Prince Rupert's cavalry at Marston Moor, 2nd July 1644. Available in two alternative sizes.
Whitecoats DefiantWhitecoats Defiant
The Marquis of Newcastle's 'Whitecoat' regiment stands firm as Parliamentarian cavalry press home their attack during the battle of Marston Moor on the 2nd July 1644.
IronsideIronside
An English Civil War Trooper. Available in two alternative sizes.
Roundway DownRoundway Down
An incident from the battle of Roundway Down, fought on 13th June 1643, and illustrating how thick and heavy armour had become at this time... Available in two alternative sizes.
Powick BridgePowick Bridge
A Parliamentarian Trooper fires his carbine. Available in two alternative sizes.
Edgehill - Prince Rupert's ChargeEdgehill - Prince Rupert's Charge
Prince Rupert, the King's nephew, leads the Royalist cavalry to sweep away the cavalry on the Parliamentarian army's left wing at Edgehill. Available in two alternative sizes.
Astley's PrayerAstley's Prayer
Sir Jacob Astley, commander of the Royalist infantry, orders the advance. Available in two alternative sizes.
Balfour Overruns the Royalist CannonBalfour Overruns the Royalist Cannon
Sir William Balfour's Parliamentarian cavalry overrun the Royalis cannon, cutting the ropes and killing the gun crews. Available in two alternative sizes.
The Capture of the Royal StandardThe Capture of the Royal Standard
Sir Edmund Verney, Knight Marshal of the King's Palace, bearing the Royal Standard in the thick of the fight at Edgehill. Available in two alternative sizes.
Naseby - The Royalist WithdrawalNaseby - The Royalist Withdrawal
Desparate Royalist camp followers attempt to flee the battlefield, pursued by Parliamentarian troops. Available in two alternative sizes.
The Fortified Lines at LeithThe Fortified Lines at Leith
The Scots commanders in discussion on the fortifications at Leith. Available in two alternative sizes.
MusselburghMusselburgh
The Scots cavalry score an unexpected victory over the more heavily armoured Ironsides at Musselburgh, prior to the battle of Dunbar in 1650. Available in two alternative sizes.
Dunbar - The Last Stand of Lawer's BrigadeDunbar - The Last Stand of Lawer's Brigade
Scottish soldiers of Lawer's Brigade deperately fight off attacking Parliamentarian troopers at the battle of Dunbar, 3rd September 1650. Available in two alternative sizes.
Comrades in Arms - The Battle of RathminesComrades in Arms - The Battle of Rathmines
The wounded Royalist Colonel John Gifford stands amongst the battered remnants of his regiment. Available in two alternative sizes.
The Siege of DroghedaThe Siege of Drogheda
The view from the headquarters of Colonel John Hewson, in command of the attack on the eastern wall at the time of the second - and successful - assault on Drogheda. Available in two alternative sizes.
The Bitter Pill of Defeat - Cromwell at the Siege of ClonmelThe Bitter Pill of Defeat - Cromwell at the Siege of Clonmel
Oliver Cromwell tries to browbeat a number of his fleeing soldiers into rallying for another attack on the breach at Clonmel, but having lost over a third of the column either dead or wounded, the infantry were in no mood to make another attack. Available in two alternative sizes.
New Model ArmyNew Model Army
Soldiers of the New Model Army at Dunbar, 1650. Available in two alternative sizes.
Army of the Solemn League and CovenantArmy of the Solemn League and Covenant
Army of the Solemn League and Covenant, 1643-44. Available in two alternative sizes.
Irish BrigadeIrish Brigade
Irish Brigade, 1644-45. Available in two alternative sizes.
Strathbogie RegimentStrathbogie Regiment
Strathbogie Regiment, Aberdeen, 1644. Available in two alternative sizes.
Use of the SwordUse of the Sword
Available in two alternative sizes.
Two other English Civil War prints by Graham Turner are available in our Open Edition litho print range - priced at £17 each - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILSCivil War Open Edition pointer
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