DAGDA UINNIUS
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DAGDA AND THE WOMAN OF UINNIUS

$24.95$295.00

Fine Art Print from my original painting ‘Dagda and the Woman of Uinnius’. This original artwork is based on the Celtic art, myths and legends of Ireland.

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This painting is one of my favourites from my book ‘The Silver Arm’, published first in 1981 and depicts the seduction of Dagda, the great ‘God of Plenty’ of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Here the Dagda spies on this beautiful woman health bathing in a stream and is drawn to her beauty. Little does he know she is a sorcerous prophetess and through his copulation with her he learns of the war plans of the enemy, the Fomór, led by their powerful wizard warlord, Balor of the Evil Eye. Thus, in the second and decisive battle of Moy Tura, the Tuatha Dé Danann were forewarned of the battle array of the Fomor by the Dagda and were able to defeat them finally.

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.

 

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Buy any two prints and get one of equal or lesser value FREE!

Just buy two prints and then once bought add a note or contact me to let me know which other print you wish to receive.

ALL PRINTS SIGNED BY ME.

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