After a long period living and working in that bustling artistic centre that is London's East End, Charles Williams is now living in a vast, crumbling mansion in an obscure town in Kent, painting and writing, and teaching at Canterbury Christ Church University. Williams' work has been shown in public and commercial galleries in the UK and abroad, and his previous book, Basic Drawing: How To Draw What You See, reflects his deeper interest in enabling an appreciation of the practical side of the visual arts.
With amusing anecdotes, Charles leads us through the basics of a difficult medium. Leisure Painter A charming, easy to follow and rather personal guide to painting what you see with this underrated medium. Artists & Illustrators