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Striped Batik Canvas
Print by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles


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This Striped Batik Canvas Print by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles is a piece of unique Singapore art representing the historic architecture of Singapore’s Black and White Bungalows in the lush greenery of the little red dot.

It is a digital reproduction of Deborah McKellar’s original Singapore artwork, called “Striped Batik”. Inspired by Singapore’s Black and White Bungalows, it beautifully complements our collection of award-winning rugs and other rugs and other homewares to complete your look wall, floor and all.

Reflecting unique scenes from Singapore’s environment, 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 ”Striped Batik”:

“Singapore’s Black and White houses were originally built during the British colonial days and are located in various parts of the island. Hidden in the thick jungles of Singapore, they seem to carry with them stories of the past. The Artist Deborah Mckellar chose these historic black and white houses as the subject matter of her artwork to relate these old stories that still linger on in these grand old houses. The Black and White bungalow in this artwork is located at 1 York Road.”


  • Framed Size : 36cm x 36x 4 cm; the frame for this size is Champagne gold frame with black 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.

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Dimensions 36 × 36 × 36 cm


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