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English Civil War and the 17th Century - Original Paintings

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English Civil War Paintings by Graham TurnerEnglish Civil War Paintings by Graham Turner

Following a successful exhibition at the National Civil War Centre in Newark, the Museum decided to purchase the entire collection of 26 works that were on display.

In their Facebook post the Civil War Centre said 'Graham is the UK's top illustrator of this period and visitors can look forward to seeing a selection rotated around the galleries and in the Wolfson Research Room, which opens next month. "The paintings are a great asset - very accessible and also historically accurate," enthused head curator Glyn Hughes. "They also cover all phases of the British Civil Wars - that's important because the conflict spread across three kingdoms and we want to tell the complete story."'
A few of Graham Turner's original paintings of 17th Century subjects remain available, and these are detailed below. Click on the image or title for full details.
French Musketeer 1622-1775French Musketeer 1622-1775

Eight original paintings created for the book 'French Musketeer 1622-1775, published by Osprey.
The Battle of Lutzen painting by Graham TurnerThe Battle of Lutzen, 1632

The main Imperial battery, positioned near a group of windmills on the battlefield at Lutzen.
The Battle of the Boyne paintings by Graham TurnerThe Battle of the Boyne, 1690

The Duke of Schomberg is surrounded by a wave of King James's Life Guards as he tries to rally his broken infantrymen.
CLICK HERE for details of other English Civil War original paintings that have sold.
Graham Turner has painted many different periods of history - CLICK HERE to go to the main Historical Art menu for details of all available paintings, prints and cards (prints from £15, cards £1.50)Other eras, prints etc

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