|The Battle of Agincourt|
Prints reproduced from Graham Turner's epic canvas, 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.
|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.
|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 following thirty years would see the throne itself become the prize for the rival Royal houses of Lancaster and York.
|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|
In his detailed yet atmospheric painting, Graham Turner puts you amongst the Lancastrian forces as they desperately try to defend themselves against the advancing Yorkists, King Edward IV at their head.
|Challenge in the Mist|
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.
|Richard, Duke of Gloucester|
Richard Duke of Gloucester is greeted by his retainers as he enters the great hall at Middleham, accompanied by his wife Anne Neville and their son Edward.
|Investiture in York|
King Richard III, Queen Anne and their son, Edward, emerge from the gothic grandeur of York Minster on the occasion of Edward's investiture as Prince of Wales
Edward IV enters London through Bishopsgate to reclaim the throne on the 11th April 1471 - Limited Edition of 500 signed and numbered prints.
Sitting at the window of a great castle, a fashionably dressed Lady looks up from her book, her mind clearly lost in distant thoughts - Limited Edition of 500 signed and numbered prints.
|Pas d'armes de l'Arbre d'Or - Bruges 1468|
The Pas d'armes de l'Arbre d'Or - the jousting spectacular held in Bruges in 1468 to celebrate the marriage of Margaret of York and Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy - Limited Edition of 500 signed and numbered prints.
|The Battle of Wakefield|
On December 30th, 1460, the heirs of the Lancastrian Nobles killed at St. Albans found themselves able to avenge their father's deaths when their army trapped the Duke of York and Earl of Salisbury in Sandal Castle, near Wakefield.
|Towton - The Rout|
The defeated Lancastrian army flees from the battlefield, down Towton Dale towards the River Cock, pursued and cut down by the victorious Yorkists.
|The March from Leicester|
King Richard III leads his army out of Leicester on the 21st August 1485, en-route to Bosworth.
|Bosworth - The Melee|
Graham Turner's painting of this momentous battle shows the King's vanguard, led by the Duke of Norfolk, engaging the main body of Henry Tudor's army, commanded by the Earl of Oxford.
|Prints from Pencil Drawings|
A3 prints from pencil drawings by Graham Turner, including a study of King Richard III leading the Yorkist charge at Bosworth, and detailed drawings of 15th century English Armours.