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Chinwe Roy: Artist

The seventh book in the "Black Profiles" series, which profiles black people living and working in England who have overcome serious obstacles to achieve great success. Chinwe Roy is a Suffolk artist, born in Nigeria, who survived the Biafran war only to be struck down by a devastating illness. Having since painted such celebrities as the athlete Kriss Akabusi, her commission to paint a portrait of Her Majesty the Queen brings her to the peak of her successful career.

 

Author: Verna Allette Wilkins

Pages: 52

Height: 21.7 cm

Width: 15.5 cm

Weight: 0.226 lb

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