|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.
|The Battle of Agincourt|
Painted to mark the 600th Anniversary of the battle of Agincourt, a battle that pitted Henry V's small and exhausted army against the massed ranks of the French nobility, made icons of Henry V and the English longbowman, and become part of English national identity. The original painting now hangs in the Royal Armouries.
|Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth|
Graham Turner's acclaimed 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.
|Challenge in the Mist - the Battle of Barnet|
Dawn on the 14th April 1471, and Richard Duke of Gloucester and his men strain to pick out the Lancastrian army through the thick mist that envelopes the battlefield at Barnet.
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.....
Archers of Henry Vs exhausted and diseased army shoot their deadly arrows at the first wave of French cavalry.LIMITED TO 100 COPIES ONLY, numbers 1-20 being reproduced on canvas just like the original oil painting.
A 15th Century Lady passes the time while her faithful dog relaxes by the fire.
A Lancastrian Knight considers his situation having sought sanctuary in Tewkesbury Abbey after the battle of 1471.
|The Battle of St. Albans|
On the 22nd May 1455, the struggle for control of the government of England boiled over into armed conflict in the first battle of what would become known as the Wars of the Roses.
|The Battle of Towton|
With the wind and driving snow at their backs, the Yorkist archers shoot their final deadly volleys of armour piercing arrows into the advancing Lancastrian army while Edward IV and his knights and men-at-arms move through the ranks to meet their oncoming foe.
|The Battle of Tewkesbury|
Having reclaimed the throne of England and defeated the Earl of Warwick at the battle of Barnet, the Yorkist King, Edward IV, marched his forces from London to intercept those of Margaret of Anjou (wife of the Lancastrian Henry VI) and her son, Prince Edward, who had landed at Weymouth and were heading for Wales where supporters awaited them.
|The Battle of Bosworth|
Richard III leads his household knights and retainers in a thunderous charge, seeking out his adversary, Henry Tudor, in a bid to end the Battle of Bosworth with one decisive stroke.
'Steady Boy', Graham Turner's sensitive tribute to the millions of horses that lost their lives during the First World War.