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A selection of prints reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from pencil drawings of armour by Graham Turner, bringing to life the knights and men at arms of the Wars of the Roses based on evidence from sources such as memorial tomb effigies and brasses and manuscript illuminations.

Some original drawings are also available - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS OF ORIGINAL DRAWINGS
King Richard III at the battle of Bosworth - Medieval art print by Graham TurnerRichard III at Bosworth Ref: D1-15

Richard III leads his household knights and retainers in their charge towards Henry Tudor, at the height of the Battle of Bosworth on 22nd August 1485.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 9.5"x 13.5" (24cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



English armour c.1482 - Medieval art print by Graham TurnerEnglish Armour c.1482 Ref: D5-15

A very distinctive English armour based primarily on the tomb effigy of Sir John Savile, at Thornhill in Yorkshire. Sir John died in 1482 and his armour shows many of the characteristics of other English armours of the period, but with subtle differences in details such as the fluting and cusping, especially on the pauldrons (shoulders). He wears a Yorkist livery collar of suns and roses, showing his allegiance and standing with the Yorkist King Edward IV.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



English armour c.1480 - Medieval art print by Graham TurnerEnglish Knight c.1480 Ref: D4-15

English knight c.1480, based on the tomb effigies at All Saints Church, Herstmonceux, Sussex (see below right).

This is an Italian export armour, basically following Italian forms, but adapted to suit the taste and fashions of its English owner. The effigies wear tabards, so Graham has recreated the appearance of the cuirass incorporating design elements from the rest of the harness; the distinctive fleur-de-lys from the demi-greave is repeated at the top of the plackart, which also incorporates some flutes, reflecting those that can be seen on the tassets - both features that appear on other armours of the period. The salet is topped with a gilded ball, as depicted in the well known Beauchamp Pageant, which is contemporary with the effigies.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 7"x 14" (18cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



15th Century English Armour - Medieval art print by Graham TurnerEnglish Armour c.1460 Ref: D2-15

English Armour, c.1460.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 7"x 14" (18cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



15th Century English Armour - Medieval art print by Graham TurnerEnglish Armour c.1455-65 Ref: D3-15

English Armour, c.1455-65.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 7"x 14" (18cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Print from pencil drawing of English knight c.1434English Armour c.1434 Ref: D6-15

English knight c.1434, based on the tomb effigy of John Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, in the Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel. It exhibits many characteristics of English armour from this period, such as the great bascinet helmet and deep fauld protecting the loins with small tassets suspended from the lowest lame. Armours of this syle would have seen action during the later stages of the 100 Years War.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Print from pencil drawing of the Earl of Salisbury at AgincourtThomas Montagu, Earl of Salisbury c.1415 Ref: D7-15

English armour from the time of the battle of Agincourt, showing the latest style of great bascinet, with plate defences for the throat and neck rather than the mail aventail of the 14th century bascinet. While offering greater protection, the great bascinet restricted any movement of the head, and both styles would be seen on the battlefields of the early 15th century.

The armour is primarily based on the tomb effigy of Ralph Greene, at Lowick church, Northamptonshire (died 1417), and the very similar effigy of John de Vere, Earl of Oxford.

The surcoat displays the heraldry of Thomas Montagu, Earl of Salisbury.

Reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Print from pencil drawing of Sir John Cornwall at AgincourtSir John Cornwall c.1415 Ref: D8-15

Sir John Cornwall (1364-1443) was one of the most respected knights of his period, and a leading figure in the Agincourt campaign. He is shown wearing armour of the late 14th/early 15th century, still retaining the bascinet with mail aventail, but with the later rounded visor.

Print, reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Print from pencil drawing of English knight at AgincourtEnglish Knight c.1415 Ref: D9-15

English armour c.1415, in the latest style worn by the wealthier English knights at the Battle of Agincourt.

Print, reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Print from pencil drawing of Sire d'Aumont at AgincourtJean, Sire d'Aumont at Agincourt Ref: D10-15

Jean, Sire d'Aumont, prepares for the initial French cavalry charge against the English flanks at the battle of Agincourt, 25th October 1415.

Print, reproduced on good quality heavyweight paper from a pencil drawing by Graham Turner.

Overall print size A3 - 11.5"x 16.5" (30cm x 42cm) - image size approximately 10"x 14" (25cm x 35cm)

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Price: 15.00



Original Pencil Drawings

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15th Century English Armour - Medieval art by Graham Turner
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15th Century English Armour - Medieval art prints by Graham Turner

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