A large Limited edition print of the Blues and Royals riding down the Mall created by Mark Dorsett.
The Queens Life Guards.
Changing of the Guard at Horse Guards, which takes place at 11 o’clock every day.
Photograph Giles Penfound.
Print of an original painting by Christine Bousfield.
Household Cavalry in the Mall. Print of an original oil painting by Mark Dorsett.
The Household Cavalry Regiment has been heavily committed to operations throughout Helmand, Southern Afghanistan since 2006, conducting long-range reconnaissance, security and stabilisation tasks. The painting depicts a reconnaissance patrol from HCR taking a short halt before last light, in an area typical of northern Helmand, near the key town of Musa Q’aleh. The scene shows a mixed patrol equipped with a variety of vehicles and weapons systems used by the Regiment including the Scimitar and Spartan CVR(T) and the Jackel1.
This limited edition print was created by the artist Stuart Brown. Stuart was formally trained in illustration before joining a busy commercial design studio. A series of major clients, including agencies of the UK MoD have provided a continuous flow of involved and challenging projects over a period of 15 years.
The Life Guards at Buckingham Palace by Paul Maze.
The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment on early riding drill, crossing the bridge over the Serpentine in Hyde Park, London.
A Photograph by Henry Dallal.