Road to Agincourt Signed Print

Road to Agincourt Signed Print


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Relive the heroic feat of Henry V and his heavily outnumbered army at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415! This print, painted in an early 15th century manuscript style, depicts Henry V leading his army to the battlefield located at Azincourt, Nothern France.

Key Facts:

  • Interior design image is not representative of print’s actual size
  • A2 full colour print. Unframed.
  • Each Print is hand signed by the artist, Matthew Ryan

The road to Agincourt had been an arduous and logistically challenging journey for Henry V and his men. After initially landing in Northern France on 13 August 1415 with an army of 12,000 men, Henry’s forces had been reduced to well under 10,000 as a result of the long siege of Harfleur and deadly diseases such as dysentry.

The French had also assembled an army during the siege to prevent the English Army from marching north. Henry’s forces were obstructed at many points yet were eventually able to cross the Somme and march north towards Calais. They eventually met the French Army in a field near the town of Azincourt. The rest is history!

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