My Jamaica: The Paintings of Judy Ann MacMillan
Macmillan Caribbean, 2004 - Art - 155 pages
Judy Ann MacMillan is one of Jamaica's leading artists. This unique collection of paintings represents a life-time's work by an artist whose detailed observations and astute eye has captured her beloved Jamaica and preserved it for everyone to see.
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