The Battle of Lincoln (1217 A.D.) was considered such a crucial and pivotal incident in medieval England that the English- under the Regent (and most popular knight of his age) William Marshal fighting and leading the forces of the young King Henry III against the Rebel English Baronial forces being led by the French Prince Louis VIII - considered a crusade and they wore a white cross on their surcoats representing God and Kingdom. William Marshal's forces won the day and this loss convinced Prince Louis VIII that the attempt to gain control of the English Kingdom was futile.
This 18" x 24" oil painting (on canvas mounted to panel) represents a Sergeant fighting for William Marshal and the boy king, King Henry III... a small white cross pinned to the breast on his surcoat.
You may customize this print to your liking with a phrase, quote, or biblical verse. Simply choose "YES" under the "Customize" option, then email us with your order number and personalization note you would like on your print.
Custom prints may take from 7-10 business days to print after confirmation of personalization note by our studio and the customer.
1. The 12" x 16" (IMAGE SIZE) (Print size with white border is 13" x 17") sized print is an "Open Edition" print set. An "Open Edition" print set means the print will be produced as long as the Studio decides to produce it.
2. The 18" x 24" (IMAGE SIZE) (Print size with white border is 19"x 25") sized print is an "Open Edition" print set. An "Open Edition" print set means the print will be produced as long as the Studio decides to produce it.
3. Prints are produced by using "giclee" high quality ink jet printing on heavy fine art ink jet quality paper/ canvas. Our process of printing uses fade resistant, archival inks on archival photo paper/ canvas. Our canvas prints are also coated with a spray varnish to add an additional layer of protection and give them a more original painting look and feel.
- All prints are personally signed by Artist Tony Moreschi.