To those wondering about this battle, this battle was fought between the Flemish Communal Army, led by Count Namur and Count Julich, and a royal French force of 3000 heavy cavalry led by Lord Artois. The battle ended in a Flemish victory with Artois dead, and many other French lords and knights being captured or following him to the grave. Some minor criticisms for the artist: Due to the weapon he is carrying, the goededang, I assume the Fleming engaging the French knight is a militiaman, which made up about 80 percent of the Communal Army. The Flemish militiaman's armor typically consisted of open faced metal helm, mail mittens, and maybe a leather cuirass. The only Flemish to wear full mail were the professional core troops and the small number of knights with the army.
The quality of the painting is out of discussion. But your fidelity to the medieval clothes, weapons, materials and color is awasome. All the details are..as they were!. THANKS! (I´ve got a degree in Medieval History, and I´ve seen such atrocities..!)
Thank you! I try to research things properly and I get help from the authors of the articles my paintings illustrate. Ultimately it is they and the editor who have the last word when it comes to things like that.
Then, you get your objective superbly, because I was unable of finding any improper or anachronic detail. God (or whatever was) bless you! Besides that, you are a really great, great painter. Hopefully there were more than you intended for historical painting!!