The exhibition of watercolour paintings at the British Museum is worth a visit.
I have only just started art lessons.
I have tried landscapes ,seascapes and industrial landscapes.
Subtle colour appeals to me.
So does producing delicate work.
This is why this exhibition interested me.
It was my first visit to the Museum.
Adults from many countries were there.
It is a good venue for children. There is space for everybody.
Art is a treasure for all.
Go and see works by Paul Nash, John Singer Sergent,Whistler Helen Allingham and much more.
You may find that you come away with a desire to try watercolour painting yourself.