Paintings depicting some of the greatest players to ever grace the turf at Cirencester Park Polo Club went on display this weekend.

Jeremy Houghton's Polo Icons exhibition was held at the club during the Glion County Cup Final on Saturday.

His signature painting, depicting Prince Philip winning the Warwickshire Cup at Cirencester in the 1960s, was donated to a charity auction to raise funds for The Duke of Edinburgh Awards charity.

The auction took place at a special luncheon in the VIP Ivy Lodge Marquee at the Glion County Cup Final.

Jeremy has previously been in residence at The London Olympics and Wimbledon.

Polo Icons will be on display in Cirencester until August 18 and then at Trinity House Art Gallery in Broadway from October 15-31.

Click the gallery above to view more photos from the exhibition, courtesy of Paul Nicholls.