English Civil War Art Prints by civil war
artist Chris Collingwood showing Parliamentarian infantry regiments in
great detail during Marston Moor, Edgehill, Worcester, published by
Cranston Fine Arts.
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Infantry 1643 by Chris Collingwood.
Item Code : DHM0695
Infantry 1643 by Chris Collingwood. - Editions Available
Parliamentarian Cornet Standard Bearer of Sir John Fiennes Regiment. Colonel John Fiennes's Regiment of Horse was part of the Right Wing under the comannd of Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell during the Battle of Naseby during the First English Civil War. Part of a series of seven English Civil War uniform stuies.
Item Code : DHM0673
Parliamentarian Cornet by Chris Collingwood. - Editions Available
Outpost of the New Model Army on the Eve of the Battle of Naseby by Ernest Crofts.
The New Model Army was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians during English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from the other armies in the Civil war in that it was intended as an army where its soldeirs were liable for service anywhere in the country, instead of restricted to a local area or garrison. This meant that the soldiers of the new Model Army would be full time professional soldiers instead of part time militia. It was also intended that its officers were to be professional soldiers, not having seats in either the Houses of Lords or Commons. Here a Cavalry sentry is shown before the battle of Naseby, which would become a key battle of the English Civil War. On 14th June 1645, the main army of King Charles I was completely destroyed by the Parliamentarian New Model Army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell.
Item Code : VAR0427
Outpost of the New Model Army on the Eve of the Battle of Naseby by Ernest Crofts. - Editions Available