A legendary Knight of his time.
In charge to serving the English King against the Scots, during the battle he was sorrounded, unhorsed and had to fight hard for his live.
Wounded he managed to hide in the bushes where he took off his armour. The following day, nobody paid attention to a guy, that dressed only with a shirt wandered around the ex-battlefield.
Finally he saw the scottish King Robert the Bruce, so he approached him and kneels down.
"Oh, welcome Sir Marmaduke, of whom you are prisoner?" asked the King."Of nobody Sir because i don't want to surrender to anybody excepting for you", answered the shrewd Marmaduke.
Bruce made him get up, hug him and led him to his tent.
Some days later Marmaduke was free to return to his land in Yorkshire.
  • PhilippePLUS

    Très belle peinture, le blanc est très bien!

    • Renato


  • Ioannis Papadakis

    Very good job, especially in white cloth and in the helmet.

    • Renato

      Thanks a lot!!

    • Renato

      Thanks for your comment!

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  • Steve Jourdain

    Or !!!!

    • Renato

      Thanks guys for Gold

  • Ingvar_L3x

    Hi Renato :)
    Very nice Knight and history about him!

    • Renato

      Thanks Igor. I like the background of some Figur

  • Bran

    Beautiful scenette, congrats for the white !

  • Marc MussatPLUS

    great all round ! gold !

  • eric wolfsPLUS

    Joli traitée t des blancs. Et le décor est superbe. Or

  • Clive Jackson

    Very nice study! Gold! (didn’t know the story of Sir Marmaduke at Bannockburn, although I have read a lot about the battle and been to the battlefield! Nicely researched!)

    • Renato

      Thank you Clive for your comment!
      The episode is told by Robert McCrimmon in the biography dedicated to Robert Bruce.

  • Chris / g0rb

    All the textures look great, especially the helmet and the cloth. Gold!

  • Renato

    Thanks for all your positive comments!

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    • Renato

      Wow…thank you!

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