"An insightful and often funny depiction of Italian Life" Hannah McIntyre, The Italian Insider Magazine
In this, the follow up to his successful debut book, `An Italian Home', artist Paul Wright describes Italian village life and his regular dialogue with a group of retired men who are mostly from the catering trade. Punctuated with work adventures beyond the village boundaries for all manner of clients, both reputable and not so reputable in the surrounding area and beyond, to the Italian Riviera. After selling some of his trademark watercolours to an American client, he finds himself working for one of them at his home in New England, and enjoying a break in New York City, where he discusses the art market. Enjoy Paul's innate humour as he pulls no punches in describing the behaviour, likes, dislikes and prejudices of the people he meets.
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