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Celtic Goddesses Set 2

$99.95$2,375.00

You can make your own set! Just buy this or any set and in the notes tell me what prints you want!

Get a set of 6 prints for the price of 4 and save big!

6 8×11= $99 Save $49

6 16×11= $195 Save $104.

6 23×16=$775 Save $395.

6 33×23= $1175 Save $595.

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Product Description

This is a set of 6 Celtic Goddesses by Jim FitzPatrick.

Get 6 prints for the price of 4! All Prints Signed!

If you wish to substitute one print for another of your choosing that is no problem. You can choose whichever prints you want.

Artworks in this set from left to right:

THE GREEK PRINCESS: Link to print

Celtic Irish Fantasy Art Print from my original painting ‘The Greek Princess’. This original artwork is based on the Celtic art, myths and legends of Ireland.

EMER, WIFE OF CÚ CHULAINN: Link to print

Emer, daughter of Forgall the Foreigner became wife of Cú Chulainn when, after her father refused her hand in marriage, he attacked his fortress and carried away his daughter Emer, her foster sisters and their weight in gold and silver.

BÓANN THE COW GODDESS: Link to print

This depiction of the legendary Bóann (She of the White Cattle) is my first attempt at the subject and shows her as the cow goddess, a symbol of fertility and wealth. It was Bóann who set in train the search for the beautiful girl seen in a vision by her son, the poet warrior, Aongus Óg.

This tale inspired W.B.Yeats wonderful poem’ The Dream of Aengus’.

SIONNA THE FOX GODDESS: Link to print

I first heard the story of the fox goddess from a story-teller in my mother’s home county, County Clare, in the west of Ireland.

I have been fascinated by these beautiful and now protected creatures since I first saw one when I was a kid. They were rare as hen’s teeth when I was young and hunted almost to extinction for their beautiful fur but today they are everywhere and I see them whenever I’m on my way home from a late night on the town.

Sionna is the eponymous goddess of the fox tribe, their protector and guardian.

SIOCHRA THE SNOW FAERIE: Link to print

ÁINE. 1975 Link to print

Áine, or Ánu, was a beautiful goddess of the legendary Tuatha Dé Danann and was worshipped as a fertility goddess by the Celtic tribes of  Ancient Ireland.

 

PRINT DETAILS
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All prints, with the exception of the A1: 33”x23”, are printed by me in my studio. The A1:33”x23” prints are printed professionally by a top quality Irish printing company. All prints are reproductions made directly from the original painting/drawing and are as close to the original as is possible.

A4 8.30”x 11.7” and A3 16.5″ x 11.69″ prints are Signed Open Edition.

A2: 23.4″x 16.5″ Prints are Signed Limited Editions of 295 and are embossed as proof of authenticity.

A1: 33.1″x 23.4″ Prints are Signed Limited Editions of 95 and are embossed as proof of authenticity. It can take up to 10 days from received payment to complete this order and ship 33”x23” prints.

Full canvas size is 40”x30” (100 x70 cm). Examples of Viva Ché and Fatalistic attitudes are in the pictures.
Canvas is mounted on a thick block wooden stretcher and canvas is wrapped around the sides and pinned on back.
Shipped in protected packing

Please note: Any damage to canvas while in transit will be covered by insurance and will be replaced by myself, Jim FitzPatrick, the artist, without further cost.

Additional Information

PRINT SIZE

8×11, 16×11, 23×16, 33×23, 40×30 Canvas

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