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Fall of English France 1449-1453

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Fall of English France PaintingsFall of English France Paintings

These are original paintings by Graham Turner, painted in gouache on watercolour board for the Osprey book 'Fall of English France 1449-1453'. They are unique pieces of hand-painted artwork by this well known historical artist - CLICK HERE or on the photo of Graham at work for more information about how to purchase one of these paintings, or to arrange to visit us to view the originals.

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The Battle of Castillon, 1453The Battle of Castillon, 1453 Ref: GT-CAS

Anglo-Gascon forces desperately try to break into the heavily defended French artillery park at Castillon, with John, Lord Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury and his son, Viscount Lisle, overseeing the attack. Talbot appears to be unarmoured, following his ransom agreement earlier in the war, and he and Lisle would both be listed amongst the dead after the battle. Breton cavalry can be seen charging into the fray to strike the Anglo-Gascons in the flank and lead to another English defeat in the final phases of the Hundred Years War.

Gouache painting by Graham Turner - image size 21.5"x 14.5" (55 x 37cm)

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The Battle of Formigny, 1450The Battle of Formigny, 1450 Ref: GT-FOR

The Count of Clermont and Constable de Richemont meet on the battlefield of Formigny, 15th April 1450. Clermont's small unit of artillerymen, protected by francs-archeres and men-at-arms, has just been defeated, but Richemont's arrival with his army would reverse the situation and result in a resounding French victory.

Gouache painting by Graham Turner - image size 21.5"x 14.5" (55 x 37cm)

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Attack on the Priory of Saint-FlorentAttack on the Priory of Saint-Florent Ref: GT-PR

Anglo-Gascon forces storm the Priory of Saint-Florent early in the morning on 17th July 1453, catching the defending French garrison by surprise. Lord Talbot's standard bearer can be seen encouraging the assault, while Pierre de Beauvau tries to rally the defenders and organise their retreat to the fortified artillery park east of the town of Castillon.

Gouache painting by Graham Turner - image size 21.5"x 14.5" (55 x 37cm)

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Purchasing an Original Painting

Graham Turner's Original Paintings are offered for sale by the artist himself, so if you are interested in purchasing an original painting, please email Graham Turner at graham@studio88.co.uk to discuss the purchase.

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