- High quality digital reproduction of an original painting by Tim Moloney
- Signed by the artist
- Options available:
- 12"x10" Double Matted Unframed
- 12"x10" Double Matted & Framed in a distressed pine frame with shatterproof glass (Size with frame 14"x12" approx - Ready to hang)
16"x12" Canvas (with a 2.5" white border bringing total canvas size to 21"x17" - comes rolled in a tube)
The Irish Wolfhound is the oldest Irish dog breed, established in mythology by 1st century AD. Setanta, an Irish hero, earned the name ‘Cú Chulainn’ (‘hound of Culann’) after killing Culann’s Irish Wolfhound in self-defence. They were saved from extinction by the revival in breeding with the growth in Irish nationalism in the late 19th Century. The Irish Wolfhound is seen as a living symbol of Irish culture and Ireland’s Celtic origins.