THE JOHN PRINGLE COLLECTION. A DONATION OF 23 PAINTINGS BY MALLICA "KAPO" REYNOLDS TO THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF JAMAICA.
Kingston: The National Gallery of Jamaica, 2011. 1st ed. 4to, wrps, 43 p., photos. New Paperback This donation of Kapo's art is important to the National Gallery because of Kapo's significance as a culture bearer and his association with Jamaica's main African-derived religion, Zion Revival, and because the collector, John Pringle, was Jamaica's first Director of Tourism. (Item ID: 154115)