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But nothing came of it, except that Whistler sent one of his pastels to Mr. Heseltine.
He had one room, the windows looking over the Lagoon, and from them the etchings and pastels of the Riva and the Lagoon were made.
The pastels have been praised with the inconsequence characteristic of so much praise of his work.
Millais, showing forgotten machines in the adjoining room, was one of the first to see the pastels.
A number of people showed their belief in the pastels by buying them, and the exhibition was a success financially.
The pastels were sensational, Whistler was clever with a sort of transatlantic impudence.
He used it to record subjects as characteristic of London as the subject of his pastels were of Venice.
A few were in oil, a few in pencil, but the larger number were pastels and water-colours.
A still younger child gave him sittings, a baby of not more than three, the model for many of the pastels.
Suggestions were in the pastels of figures, for which he found the perfect model in London.