Fantasy Art

King Aethelstan views the aftermath of the battle at Brunanburh

The English, who included men from all the shires, including many from the old Danelaw, were fighting for the very survival of England itself.

A huge army of Dublin Vikings,Welsh and Scots assembled in an attempt to destroy the recently created kingdom,

After two days of carnage commemorated in the famous poem' The Battle Of Brunanburh' the English claimed a famous

victory taking Scottish hostages, driving the Vikings back into the sea .From this date England was united and King Aethelstan was named Bretwalda (Ruler of all Britain) by the subject King Constantine II.

 

Size of picture :12" wide x 16.5" high ( 21.5 cms wide x 42 cms high )

Title below the picture shown in ROMAN LETTERING.

 

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Fantasy Artwork by Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor went to Ravenswood School in Kent with, amongst others, David Bowie and Peter Frampton.

He enjoyed his time in the very first specialised school-based art form from where he progressed to study fine art at Croydon College Of Art.

His paintings have been internationally exhibited and featured on BBC programmes such as Country Tracks and The One Show.He has recently had his work displayed in a feature article in 'Pagan Dawn' magazine.

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