Queen Maeve Giclée Print
Featuring the fierce warrior Queen Maeve (Medb) who, legend has it, is buried on top of Knocknarea mountain in Sligo, my hometown. She is a main feature of one of Ireland’s ancient epic tales from the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology - ‘An Táin Bó Cúailnge’, the cattle raid of Cooley.
Details on the print include the brown Bull of Cooley (Donn Cuailgne) and the white bull Finnbhennach, Knocknarea mountain and Rathcroghan (Co. Roscommon), the seat of Maeve’s power.
Limited Edition: 100
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm Paper.
Signed and numbered.
Size: 29” x 20”
Please handle with care on the unprinted edges only.
All prints will be sent in a postal tube, wrapped in acid free tissue.
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