|Military Paintings by Graham Turner|
Over the past twenty years Graham Turner has been commissioned to create paintings for over fifty books published by Osprey, the well known military book publisher. On publication the originals are returned to him for resale, and many have found new homes with collectors of military art. Because Osprey have already paid a fee, Graham is able to price these paintings considerably lower than he would usually charge - a more affordable way to acquire a unique piece of original art.Below are details of all Graham's available original paintings of 18th or 19th Century subjects, including the American War of Independence, the Napoleonic War and Crimean War. The paintings are organised under the book titles they appear in - Click on the image or title for full details.
|The Battle of Blenheim 1704|
The Guards cross the Nebel stream as they advance towards Blenheim, the Duke of Marlborough's famous victory.The other originals from this book have sold.
The Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Ramillies, and British infantry at the Battle of Malplaquet.
|Fort William Henry 1755-57|
The siege of Fort William Henry during the French and Indian Wars provided the historical setting for the classic novel 'The Last of the Mohicans' by James Fenimore Cooper.Four paintings by Graham Turner are available - Click on the image or title for full details.
|The Battle of White Plains, 1776|
The Fuselier Regiment Von Lossberg ford the Bronx river at the battle of White Plains, October 28th 1776.From the Osprey book 'New York 1776' - All the other originals from this book have sold.
Three paintings by Graham Turner are available: The Battles of Monmouth and Yorktown, and Washington at his headquarters at Valley Forge.Click on the image or title for full details.
|The Battle of Princeton 1777|
A mixed force of British troops break out of the tightening circle of Americans during the battle of Princeton on January 3rd 1777.From the Osprey book 'Trenton and Princeton 1776-77' - All the other originals from this book have sold.
Three paintings by Graham Turner are available - Click on the image or title for full details.
|British Redcoat - 1793-1815|
Paintings showing details of uniforms and equipment of the British infantryman from the Napoleonic Wars, and scenes from their lives. Click on the image or title for full details.
Only one original painting created for this book remains available.
Four of Graham Turner's paintings of this Crimean War battle remain available.Click on the image or title for full details.
|The Battle of Culloden|
A birds eye view of the battlefield at Culloden, 1745.Click on the image or title for full details.
|The Battle of Waterloo|
Soldiers from the 95th Rifles defend the farmhouse of La Haye Saint at Waterloo.Click on the image or title for full details.