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Artwork from the Original Fighting Irish Print Series by Revere La Noue.

Find your fine art print of THE ORIGINAL FIGHTING IRISH paintings by Revere La Noue

To me, "Fighting Irish" is an ethic more than an ethnicity. Survivors of the Potato Famine, The Fighting Irish Brigade of the American Civil War, immigrant railroad crews, priests and soldiers, farmers and builders, this print tells the story of millions of people who embody the name Fighting Irish. I wanted to make a print that honored the hardworking generations of men and women that fought for the privileges I have today. I come from a line of Ohio farmers and Indiana factory workers. Their willingness to grind towards the American dream has flooded my life with opportunities. One of those was to be a student-athlete at the University of Notre Dame as a midfielder on the Fighting Irish lacrosse team.  As a team, we practiced in the rain, sleet, and snow. We worked at 6 a.m. and we worked at 11p.m. We wore our colors with great pride, and, win or lose, we fought. My experience as an athlete at Notre Dame helped me understand the value of gut wrenching hard work, the true essence of team, and the tremendous power of tradition. It made me think of the generations of people who built those values and chose courage over comfort, and valor over convenience. This print is a tribute to the generations of Americans of all ethnicities who gave spirit to the name "Fighting Irish." It is my hope that these prints will hang in the homes and workplaces of people who share these values and create a painted horizon of FIGHTING IRISH across the country.   These prints are very high quality and I priced them as affordably as possible with proceeds from sales enabling me to work on my next project.  Feel free to email rl@reverelanoue.com or call (919) 695-9080 Thank you!  

Original Fighting Irish, Pride and Courage
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Artist and former Notre Dame student-athlete, Revere La Noue and The Original Fighting Irish, Pride and Courage have been featured in national media including ESPN and NBC Sports.  This print is exhibited in a number of buildings across the University of Notre Dame campus including the Arlotta Family Stadium, Guglielmino Athletics Complex, the Joyce Center and under the Golden Dome on the first floor of the Main Building. Since its completion in 2009, The Original Fighting Irish, Pride and Courage has been shipped to homes, dorms, offices, pubs and man caves in over 40 of the United States. Pick from the two most popular sizes below or click here to fully customize size, material, and framing.

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It’s awesome, very moving. I’ve hung it in a place of honor
— Scott D. Greenwich, Connecticut
I was about to hang the print in the basement and the wife said nope...it’s going in the living room. Thanks for the win, win!
— Collin R. Denver, Colorado
Fighting Irish Through the Storm, Revere La Noue
Original Fighting Irish, Through the Storm
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"Through the Storm" is the latest of the Original Fighting Irish Print series. The storm and the field convey the ethos of working through adversity for a larger ambition.  It is about being “lucky” enough to work toward, and fight for, our core beliefs as humans, family members, teammates, and citizens.  

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My parents just gave me “Through the Storm” and I hadn’t seen it yet. It’s absolutely incredible. No other artist has honored ND quite like you do!
— Paul A. South Bend, Indiana
Fighting Irish Odyssey, Revere La Noue
Original Fighting Irish, Odyssey of the Undefeated
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This beautiful print commemorates the epic, undefeated sweep of Fighting Irish football team's regular season schedule in 2012.  Each victory is celebrated with an image: Wolverine, Sooner, Trojan and 9 others.  The original artwork was created using a variety of paints, inks and charcoal to create a striking and multi-layered print.  

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Just received “Odyssey of the Undefeated” was great to relive that season. Took me awhile to find all of the opponents but found them all. I like what you did for the Hurricanes.”
— Jay D. Washington, D.C.
I have the collection hanging in our hallway by our front door and it’s a pick me up every time.
— Katie N. Chicago, Illinois