The Hounds of Cú Chulainn Artwork Print

30.0060.00

The Hounds of Cú Chulainn design is named after Ireland’s greatest warrior, Cú Chulainn (formerly Setanta). In recompense for killing Culainn’s guard dog Setanta had to guard his home whilst raising the pups of the dead dog thereby earning his new name “Cú Chulainn” (the hound of Culainn). Placed near a doorway the hounds symbolise protection of the home.

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Measurements

Artwork Paper size 33cm (13”) x 24(9 1/2”) cm;

image size approximately 16cm (6 1/2”)x 17cm (6 1/2”)

Images are printed on 310 gsm textured German etching paper

and embossed with ‘artist’s seal’ !!!

Artwork Print Framed

Mounted and framed in a ‘white washed’ wooden frame with glass.
( approx 350mm; 13 ¾” x 350mm; 13 ¾” x 15mm; 0.6”)

See Bean an h-Eireann for example of framed print.

(Portrait Print)

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