|Keeping the Lancastrian Flame Burning
Jasper Tudor - 'the olde Lorde Jesper and sum tyme Erle of Pembrok' - leaves Denbigh in flames during his brief return to Wales during the summer of 1468.
|The Battle of Barnet
Edward IV in the thick of the fighting at Barnet, April 14th 1471.Graham Turner's large oil on canvas.
|The Battle of Clyst
As he crosses the bridge over the river Clyst, word reaches Lord Bonville that the earl of Devon has left Exeter and is marching towards him.
|Battle of Blore Heath
Sir James Tuchet, Lord Audley, leads the Lancastrian cavalry across Wemberton Brook and towards the earl of Salisbury's Yorkist army at the Battle of Blore Heath on 23rd September 1459.
Henry VI's army sweeps across Ludford Bridge and into Ludlow on the morning of 13th October 1459.
|The Sun in Splendour
Edward, Earl of March - soon to be King Edward IV - calms and inspires his army as they marvel at the sight of three suns on the frosty morning before battle.
Andrew Trollope was a notable professional soldier of the Wars of the Roses, knighted after the Second Battle of St Albans in 1461, where he injured his foot stepping on a caltrop.
|The Battle of Hexham
Henry Beaufort, Duke of Somerest, tries to rally his men to face a surprise attack by Lord Montagu's Yorkist army.
|The Siege of Bamburgh Castle
From behind the siege-lines, the earl of Warwick's herald witnesses the power of the king's 'greet gonnes' as one of Bamburgh's towers comes crashing down during the siege of 1464.
|Standoff at St Michael's Mount
Having taken St. Michael's Mount in Cornwall on 30th September 1474, John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, proceeded to put to the test the idea that the 'stronge place and a mygty' was impregnable, for if well victualled 'xx. menne may kepe it ageyne alle the world.'
|Anthony Woodville, Lord Scales
Anthony Woodville, Lord Scales, makes his magnificent entry before King Edward IV at Smithfield, to undertake his challenge with Antoine, Count de la Roche, Bastard of Burgundy, on 11 June 1467.
|The Battle of Empingham
With his son Sir Robert Welles 'armed with baniers displaied ayeinst hym, disposed to fight', Lord Welles and Sir Robert Dymmock are ordered to be executed by King Edward.
|The Battle of Stoke
John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln, fights for his life as his army is cut down around him.
|Syr John Paston, Knight
John Paston III is knighted by King Henry VII for his part in the victory at the Battle of Stoke. SOLD
Almost within sight of the main Lancastrian army formed up near Towton, Lord Clifford and his company are cut off by a Yorkist force at Dintingdale.SOLD
|Keeper of the Seas
English ships flying the colours of the Earl of Warwick, Captain of Calais, attack a heavily laden Spanish fleet in the Channel in 1458.SOLD
|The Battle of Hedgeley Moor
As his allies flee the battlefield, Sir Ralph Percy makes his final desperate stand against Lord Montagu's Yorkist army.SOLD
|The Siege of Caister Castle
John Paston III organises the defence of Caister Castle from the besieging forces of the Duke of Norfolk, during the summer of 1469.SOLD
|The Battle of Mortimer's Cross
Owen Tudor and his remaining men find themselves fighting for their lives against the Yorkist army of Edward, Earl of March, whose victories at Mortimer's Cross and soon after at Towton would see him crowned as King Edward IV.SOLD
A soldier from the Calais garrison considers where his loyalty lies - with his king, Henry VI, or his captain, the Earl of Warwick. SOLD
|Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth
Graham Turner's latest painting of Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth is the result of many years of research and consideration, and incorporates the latest knowledge about the king's appearance made possible by the dramatic discovery of his remains in Leicester in 2012. SOLD
The moment of lance shattering impact as two knights clash in the lists at a late 15th century joust.
A fashionably dressed 15th century Lady and her faithful deerhound relax near the roaring fire that keeps the cold outside their castle chamber.
|The Battle of Nibley Green
Lord Berkeley and Viscount Lisle confront each other at Nibley Green in 1470, as their long-running inheritance dispute erupts into the last private battle to be fought on english soil. SOLD
Pencil drawings of armoured figures - these usually sell quickly, so the selection available changes regularly.
|Tewkesbury Medieval Festival poster artwork
Graham Turner has been producing paintings for the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival poster every year since 1996 and most of the originals have sold - see this section for details.More recently Graham has also created paintings for the Barnet Medieval Festival, and these are also detailed here.