This inspiring book explains how to recognise a good subject and draws attention to the enormous number of painting possibilities in everyday life, at work, at home, while travelling and on holiday.
"What shall I paint?" may seem a strange question to ask when there are around us so many obvious subjects to paint. But painters sometimes become aware that their choice of subject does not always readily make a good painting. This book reveals why something makes a good subject and what to look for in your surroundings.