'An Italian Home' is the first book in the ‘Italian Trilogy Series’ by Paul Wright. The sequel is ‘An Italian Village’ and the third book is 'Cats Do Eat Spaghetti.’
In the late 1980’s, following a period spent designing and painting theatre, TV and film sets Paul started his own art studio in the county of Surrey just outside London where he specialised in hand painted interiors for private homes and commercial premises.
In 1991 Paul moved to northern Italy where he continues to work from his studio and art gallery base in the beautiful medieval village of Argegno on the shores of Lake Como, from where he travels to other European countries and to the USA. Paul’s work has been featured in many art exhibitions and on two live interview programmes for Italian Television, plus dozens of periodicals and newspapers worldwide notably, The Wall Street Journal, The Sunday Times, Architectural Digest and The Arts Review.