We have established before that your preferences lie with figurative art. Analyzing a painting one usually talks about the subject of the painting (narrative) and the artistic subject matter – meaning we talk about what is represented and how the effect is achieved. A subject of the painting is easily grasped – it’s a scene from… everyday life, a story or a myth, a person or an object. Artistic subject matter is tricky – it deals with harmony of the painting and the means of achieving it, including the layout of elements, the materials, the balanced colour scheme and composition, the interaction of lines and colour plains etc. Fine arts pursue numerous functions, among them aesthetic, educational, religious, ideological etc. You are focused on the decorative function. The pace and dynamics of everyday life, the stress and anxiety that accompany you on the way to work and on the way back leaves you with the idea that some things in life should be kept simple. You refuse to see purchasing or appreciating a painting as just another project, a challenge to overcome. You have enough space to demonstrate your intellectual potential. You just want a painting to hang it in your living room and to rest your eye on it after a long crazy week. Or to just like it and share it and forget it. Or to buy it and present it to a friend. It’s as simple as it gets. You need a painting to be easy and appealing – and the choices are plenty.