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Mary Lloyd Jones
Presents a showcase of the work of one of Wales' popular artists. This book includes high quality reproductions of 70 full-colour photographs of the author's paintings and contains 4 essays by respected experts in their fields, Anne Price-Jones, Iwan Bala, Daniel Nettle, Suzanne Romaine. Mary Lloyd Jones paints landscapes that resonate with the voices and values of a language and way of life that struggles for survival. But as she unearths and celebrates the roots of her Welsh inheritance, she also seeks to establish links with a wider Celtic World in a series if challenging and experimental images.

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Author(s):
Mary Lloyd Jones
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
250mmx230mm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843235404
ISBN-13:
9781843235408
Number of pages:
131
Publisher:
Gomer
Title:
First Language

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Mary Lloyd Jones
Presents a showcase of the work of one of Wales' popular artists. This book includes high quality reproductions of 70 full-colour photographs of the author's paintings and contains 4 essays by respected experts in their fields, Anne Price-Jones, Iwan Bala, Daniel Nettle, Suzanne Romaine. Mary Lloyd Jones paints landscapes that resonate with the voices and values of a language and way of life that struggles for survival. But as she unearths and celebrates the roots of her Welsh inheritance, she also seeks to establish links with a wider Celtic World in a series if challenging and experimental images.

Author(s):
Mary Lloyd Jones
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
250mmx230mm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1843235404
ISBN-13:
9781843235408
Number of pages:
131
Publisher:
Gomer
Title:
First Language

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