Textile fragment, Blue Flowers and Seed Pods with Gold Leaf Border

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment, Blue Flowers and Seed Pods with Gold Leaf Border
pigment dispersion, collage with cotton, paper mounted on panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment, French 18th Century Yellow Flowering Vine

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment, French 18th Century Yellow Flowering Vine
pigment dispersion, collage with cotton, paper mounted on panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment, Cypress Trees

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment, Cypress Trees
pigment dispersion on cotton mounted on linen panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment, Swaying Tree

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment, Swaying Tree
pigment dispersion on cotton mounted on linen panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment, French 18th Century Blue Flowering Vine

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment, French 18th Century Blue Flowering Vine
pigment dispersion on myrobalan dyed linen, mounted on panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment with Band of White and Blue Diagonal Flowers

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment with Band of White and Blue Diagonal Flowers
pigment dispersion on myrobalan dyed linen, mounted on panel, 8x6"

Textile fragment with Blue Circles and Flower

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment with Blue Circles and Flower
pigment dispersion on myrobalan dyed linen, mounted on panel, 7x8"

Textile fragment with Carmine Flower Sprig

$1,600
Antonia Munroe
Textile fragment with Carmine Flower Sprig
pigment dispersion on myrobalan dyed linen, mounted on panel, 8x6"


Bio

Antonia Munroe is inspired by the 16th and 17th century Mughal artists who began to record the natural world with a focus on scientific observation. Having studied Indian miniature painting in Rajasthan, Munroe remains faithful to the traditional techniques used by these artists; binding ground pure pigment and using brushes from the underside hair of a squirrel’s tail. Munroe’s enduring fascination with block printed textiles inspire her original series of painted textile fragments.