Peranakan Fables Canvas Print
by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles
This Canvas Print ‘Peranakan Fables’ by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles is part of the Singapore series of Fine Art Prints capturing Singapore’s ethnic diversity, architectural elements and scenes from everyday life and objects in Singapore.
It is a digital reproduction of Deborah McKellar’s original Singapore artwork, called “Peranakan Fables”. Inspired by scenes of everyday life and objects in Singapore, it beautifully complements our collection of award-winning rugs and other homewares to complete your look wall, floor and all.
Reflecting unique scenes from Singapore’s diverse cultures and traditions, it’s also the perfect Singapore souvenir for yourself or someone leaving Singapore. Each print run is limited to 20 prints.
Read more about the Artist’s Inspiration behind “Peranakan Fables”:
“Peranakan Beaded Slippers, also known as Kasut Manek, are beaded footwear made and worn by Peranakan women as part of her traditional dress. The intricate and fine workmanship is the hallmark of the skills and patience of the accomplished Nyonyas.
The Chinese Phoenix, Queen of Birds, graces us with her presence in the artwork. She symbolises virtue and beauty, much like the Nyonya of days past.”
- Framed Size: 74cm x 74cm x 4cm;
- The frames available for this size is : Champagne gold frame with black backing ; White frame with white backing
Material: Each Canvas Print has been coated for scratch, stain and water resistance. Framed in a wooden box frame, they look great as a pair or as a set.