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'Waratah Women' textile length by Jenny Kee

Designed by Kee, Jenny in Australia, Oceania
Silk textile length featuring Waratah Women print in red, orange, green, black, purple, yellow, pink. This is one painting repeated. Features waratah, waratah pods and blackboy stems and abstract women figures inspired by New Guinea carvings. Some of the women wear Opal print, others have the Sexy Print on their shirt and sarong. Worked on Oz Jacquard ground. Also features the text 'Waratahs and Black Boys' and 'Flamingo Park'. All edges are machine hemmed.
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