The Window of Inspiration is very similar to the Old Window in its treatment. The room is the mind, the window symbolises the eyes, and the outer scenery signifies the outer world. Now the question is whose mind is this? And through whose eyes are you seeing the outer cityscape? From the canvas on the stand, tools and little piece of works we may assume that it's a room/mind of a painter. The room has a galactic feel with stars and all. It signifies that this person is not only the painter who is couscous about the colour combination and techniques but unlike most of the painters, he is intelligent and an original thinker. The thickest column to the left is somewhat deformed (financial instability). The Outer cityscape is one of the sources of inspiration for this painter. He finds colours from the mundane, boring daily life of a city, might be he is in love. Or might be he is expecting something unrealistic and dreamy to happen in his life. The Bubble-like circles speak of the dreamy effect of his vision towards the outer world.