|'Telling Off a Prisoner' by Harry Payne chromolithograph 1891|
Note: Im suspect the above oil by Harry Payne to be concerned with the events surrounding the presentation of a Russian deserter whose information was dismissed prior to the Russian move on Balaclava.
|'The Heavy Cavalry Charge at Balaclava, 25th October 1854' by Harry Payne|
Born four years after Balaclava, Henry Joseph Payne came into the world in Newington, London. An illustrator, Payne worked within the medium of oilette postcards, principally for Raphael Tuck & Sons and Gale and Polden producing illustrations for their postcard series. Whilst not limiting himself to military subjects, Payne was a prolific illustrator of events and particularly of British regiments at war and on home duties throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
|'Sounding the Alarm, Crimea 1854' by Harry Payne 1891|
Married to Susanna Terese Cossins at Camberwell on 16 June 1887 but not blessed with children, Payne served in the West Kent Yeomanry, reaching the rank of sergeant in the 1890s. He died in 1927.
|‘Charge of the Light Brigade led by Lord Cardigan, Balaklava, October 25th, 1854’|
|Among the Guns - Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava Crimea October 1854 by Harry Payne|
|'Those Who had Fought so Well- The Survivors of the Light Brigade Returning from the Valley of Death' by Harry Payne|