After their catastrophic defeat at the battle of Towton in 1461, Lancastrian survivors retreated within the walls of their Northumberland strongholds, keeping the cause of King Henry VI alive. Here, an archer wearing the Percy family livery keeps watch from this bleak, coastal outpost.
|Pastons at Barnet|
Having allied themselves with the Earl of Oxford to help promote their own local interests, the Paston family had no alternative but follow him during the crisis of 1471, and Sir John Paston and his brother found themselves taking to the battlefield in the Earl's retinue at Barnet, on Easter Sunday, 14th April 1471.
Soldiers in the Earl of Warwick's service advance through the back streets and alleys of St. Albans, to launch a surprise attack on Henry VI's forces in the market square during the Battle of St. Albans, 1455.
A jousting knight and his horse gallop towards their opponent, moments before impact, both of them totally focused on their target and what is to come.
A knight - in full armour, crowned with his fantastic heraldic crest - inwardly battles to control his, and his horse's, excitement and nerves, split seconds before this moment of apparent calm explodes into a blur of adrenalin pumping action.....
Lance lowered, attention fully focused on his target, a fully armoured knight thunders down the lists on his powerful horse moments before his world explodes into a crash of splintering lances..... LIMITED TO 100 COPIES ONLY.
Archers of Henry Vs exhausted and diseased army shoot their deadly arrows at the first wave of French cavalry.LIMITED TO 100 COPIES ONLY
A Lancastrian cavalry column approaches Dunstanburgh Castle, in Northumberland, in December 1462.
A knight parades in front of a stand full of Ladies before jousting at Westminster in 1478. Available in three alternative sizes.
A 15th Century Lady passes the time while her faithful dog relaxes by the fire. Available in four alternative sizes and also on Canvas.
A Lancastrian Knight considers his situation having sought sanctuary in Tewkesbury Abbey after the battle of 1471. Available in three alternative sizes and also on canvas.
|Disturbing the Peace|
The 2nd Battle of St. Albans - 17th February 1461. Available in three alternative sizes and also on canvas.
|The Battle of Wakefield|
On December 30th, 1460, the heirs of the Lancastrian Nobles killed at St. Albans found themselves able to avenge their father's deaths when their army trapped the Duke of York and Earl of Salisbury in Sandal Castle, near Wakefield.
|The Battle of Ferrybridge|
Lord Clifford's men try to stop the Yorkist army from crossing the broken bridge over the River Aire. Available in two alternative sizes.
|Towton - The Rout|
The defeated Lancastrian army flees from the battlefield, down Towton Dale towards the River Cock, pursued and cut down by the victorious Yorkists.
|Mistaken Identity - The Battle of Barnet|
The Marquis of Montagu and men of his division spot the Earl of Oxford's troops returning through the fog to the battlefield. Available in two alternative sizes.
Queen Margaret receives the news that Gloucester has closed its gates and will not allow her army access to its bridge over the river Severn, prompting their march on to the next crossing point at Tewkesbury and their fateful meeting with the pursuing Yorkists. Available in two alternative sizes.
At the height of the battle of Tewkesbury on the 4th May 1471, the Duke of Somerset's troops engage the Yorkist flank. Available in two alternative sizes.
|Joan of Arc|
Joan of Arc leads the attack on Les Tourelles during the siege of Orleans in 1429. Available in two alternative sizes.
|The March from Leicester|
King Richard III leads his army out of Leicester, past Austin Friars and over Bow Bridge, en-route to Bosworth and his fateful confrontation with the invading army of his adversary for the throne, Henry Tudor.
|Artillery at Bosworth|
The Yorkist Artillery open fire on Henry Tudor's army. Available in two alternative sizes.
|Bosworth - The Melee|
King Richard III's vanguard, led by the Duke of Norfolk, engage the main body of Henry Tudor's army, commanded by the Earl of Oxford.