He executed there a portrait in chalks of Lady Mount-Temple.
I could do it with chalks, but I can scarcely do it with words.
While I was pointing my chalks, Mr. Faulkner was walking up and down the room.
Probably he'll turn up some day on the London pavement—with chalks.
The usual study in chalks was made for this picture, and is now in Munich.
Boucher showed in the use of chalks the artistry and skill that were always at his command.
Chalks on wall, then takes out a small bag, and tells them out their money.
She is now a beautiful artist, and he chalks out every step of her career.
After his death there were many portraits in chalks, engraved, and modeled in wax.
We'll walk our chalks when we hear the bullet stoppers coming.'