- screenprinted cotton
- (a) 40.0 cm (centre back) 65.0 cm (sleeve length) (Jacket)
(b) 98.0 cm (centre back) 65.0 cm (sleeve length) (Leaf Tunic)
(c-g) 29.0 × 29.0 × 6.0 cm (each) (Sitting Mats)
- Place/s of Execution
- Sydney, New South Wales
- Accession Number
- Australian Fashion and Textiles
- Credit Line
- National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
- Gallery location
- Not on display
- Physical description
- (a) Worn over the tunic is a short jacket, made in pale green cotton. Cut in an assymmetrical manner, the proper right is cut acutely to the armhole. The proper left front panel hangs on a slight angle, draping loosely across the front of the tunic.
(b) The Leaf print tunic, made in white cotton, has a simple round neckline and long sleeves. The hemline edge is slightly curved with slits at each side, giving the garment extra volume. Hand screenprinted with a random placement print, the tunic is decorated with tiny leaf print falling delicately across the surface.
(c) - (g) Five sitting mats, covered with matching leaf print fabric.