|The Band and mascot of the Irish Guards wearing the Shamrock on St.
It is most probable that the mascot shown is Doran, who retired in 1924
|An illustration (by C.L. Doughty) from "War Dog" by Henry Treece, published by Hamlyn, showing the hero, Bran, lying over the body of his master, Gwyn, killed in the Roman invasion of England.|
| An illustration (by Edwin Megargee) from "Gone
Wild" by J. Allen Dunne. The hound's name is Boru and the book was
|The frontispiece of "Gone Wild", showing a lovely, typical expression. In the book, below this picture, it reads: "In common with all Irish wolfhounds, Boru was a one-man dog", which is not, in fact, true of the breed as a whole. They are just people dogs.|
|The inside cover picture of the 1927 edition of Finn The Wolfhound by A.J. Dawson. The illustrations are by R.H. Buxton.|
|Finn with his foster mother||Finn with his wolfpack in Australia|
|Model of Champion Clodagh, given as a trophy at the Irish Wolfhound Club Championship Show for the Best Head, Eyes, and Expression.|
|The Graham Shield
Given as a trophy for the
Best in Show at the
Irish Wolfhound Club championship show.
|A bronze by Waagen of a hunter and what is supposed to be a dead wolf. This piece stands four feet high from the top of the plinth.|
|Coldcast bronze model of Irish wolfhound by James Osborne.|
| Cold cast bronze model of
Irish wolfhound by James Osborne
|Models based on woodcuts by Phyllis Gardner. On the left Ch.
O'Leary, on the right Ethne of Coolafin.
(Actually Ethne of Coolafin was a bitch and the model is of a dog)
|Lucy Maloney's miniature Irish wolfhound and child for a
|This gorgeous sculpture was done by Albert Power, R.H.A., a well-known Dublin Sculptor, and was made to adorn the base of a memorial to Liam Lynch, the rebel leader, which was erected on the Knockmealdown Mountains, County Tipperary, Eire. The sculpture was done in 1934.|
|Irish wolfhounds on the tombs of members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood.|
|Canine Fine Arts page on Irish wolfhound sculptures of dogs|
|Caroline Sheppard's site for Goldswift Sighthound sculptures|
|The Irish wolfhound page on the website of D.L. Engle, Animal Sculptor|
|Lucy Maloney's site for her miniature dogs|