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THE BATTLE OF AGINCOURT - Painting now at the Royal Armouries

Graham Turner's original painting of Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt is now part of the Royal Armouries collection and on display at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

The large oil on canvas was painted to mark the 600th Anniversary 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 became part of English national identity.

Henry V is in the thick of the fighting, surrounded by his bodyguard and with his banners flying above him, as they desperately fight off the French knights and men at arms who have struggled through the mud and barrage of English arrows to reach their antagonists.
For more information about this painting, and to see large detail images and description of what is shown CLICK HERE


Graham Turner guides you through the creation of his epic oil painting of the Battle of Agincourt - 'the most involving, complex and time consuming project I have ever undertaken' - with a series of stage by stage photos and commentary in his latest Painting Diary - CLICK HERE to view.
The Battle of Agincourt by Graham Turner

High quality prints reproduced from Graham Turner's painting of the Battle of Agincourt are available.


A special canvas edition is also available, with each reproduction individually printed on very high quality canvas and stretched on wooden stretcher bars by the artist himself, ensuring a picture as close to the original as possible. Two sizes are available, the largest being almost the same size as the original oil painting - a fabulous centrepiece for any room.
Agincourt prints


In July 2016 Graham Turner took part in a two-day commemorative ride on the Somme battlefield, in full cavalry kit, retracing the steps of the only cavalry action to take place during the battle, the charge at High Wood, 14th July 1916.

CLICK HERE to read an article Graham has written for 'Battlefield', the magazine on the Battlefields Trust, about the charge and recounting his own experiences a century later.

'The Great War holds a terrible fascination for me, and my own personal love of horses inevitably makes their involvement in this horrific conflict particularly poignant. I am honoured to be taking part in this commemorative ride, and as we visit the various locations and cemeteries on our route we will remember those whose lives were lost, both human and equine.

(Photo top right) - Soldiers from the 20th Deccan Horse just before the charge at High Wood. (c) IWM (Q823)

Following the success of Graham Turner's exhibition at the National Civil War Centre in Newark, the Centre have purchased 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."'

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS of a large selection of prints reproduced from Graham's paintings of the English Civil War.
Civil War Centre buys paintings

Following the official opening by broadcasting legend Murray Walker (pictured here with Michael and Graham), Michael and Graham Turner were pleased to welcome many visitors to their exhibition of paintings at Halton House, held in October 2013.

The exhibition marked Studio 88's 50th Anniversary and saw over eighty original paintings on display, plus many framed prints.

To view currently available originals by these two popular artists, see the original paintings sections on our website - MOTORSPORT ORIGINAL PAINTINGS - AVIATION ORIGINAL PAINTINGS - MEDIEVAL & MILITARY ORIGINAL PAINTINGS

Below is a view of the exhibition - more can be seen on GRAHAM TURNER'S FACEBOOK PAGE.
Graham Turner on Facebook

"I have finally got round to creating a page on Facebook to showcase my work. I will use it to show examples of my art - both historical and motorsport - new paintings and prints, work in progress and forthcoming exhibitions. I hope this will give you further insight into what goes into the creation of my work, and keep you updated about what's currently on my easel" - Graham Turner.

CLICK HERE to take a look at Graham's Facebook page and 'Like' it to receive news and updates about his work.

Recently unveiled on his Facebook page is Graham Turner's latest jousting canvas. This is now available as a print - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
Graham Turner on Facebook

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