Graham Turner's painting of Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth is the result of many years of research and incorporates the latest knowledge about the king's appearance made possible by the discovery of his remains in Leicester in 2012.
King Richard is shown dressed in gilded armour, befitting a monarch demonstrating his right to wear the crown of England as God's anointed ruler, his surcoat and horse caparison bearing the Royal Arms and his Standard fluttering above him.
His trusted companion, Sir Robert Percy, points out Henry Tudor amongst the enemy host, prompting the King to make the decision to lead his household knights and retainers in their thundering charge towards the challenger to his throne.
This picture is available as a print and as a canvas.
Reproduced in full colour on good quality art paper from Graham Turner's original painting, the print is 22.25"x 19" (565mm x 482mm) including the border. The image size is: 18.25"x 14.5" (464mm x 368mm).
This painting is also available reproduced on canvas, just like the original painting. It is individually printed on good quality canvas, stretched on wooden bars and then varnished for protection.
The overall canvas size 25"x 20" (635mmm x 508mm) and the canvas has no white border as the image extends to the edge.
Each canvas is individually signed on the reverse by the artist.
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