Battle of Towton, as depicted by Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856–1927)
Late 15th-century artistic portrayal of the battle: Edward IV (left), wearing a circlet and mounted on a horse, leads the Yorkist charge and pierces the Earl of Warwick (right) with his lance; in reality, Warwick was not killed by Edward.
The battle of Tewkesbury, depicted in a Ghentmanuscript
Richard II meets the rebels on 13 June 1381 in a miniature from a 1470s copy of Jean Froissart‘sChronicles.
Lord Saye and Sele brought before Jack Cade 4th July 1450, painting by Charles Lucy
|John the Good|
Portrait of John painted on wood panel around 1350, Louvre Museum
|Charles V the Wise|
|King of France|
Portrait at Westminster Abbey, mid-1390s
|King of England (more…)|