pastels

[ pa-stel; especially British pas-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF pastels

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She had drawn it with pastels and in the light from the camp fire.

He left, besides his pictures, a number of pastels and engravings.

In the meanwhile Whistler was preparing his exhibition of pastels.

The posters were painted in bold, crude colors, or else in pastels.

How they did it—go and look at the dusky faded canvases and pastels and ask.

Ten minutes later he had Plumer at work making a sketch from it in pastels.

It was large, and the delicate tints of its pastels had to be carefully protected.

A few faded pastels of by-gone beauties ornamented the walls.

In House of Commons it's as common as pastels on the pavement.

But nothing came of it, except that Whistler sent one of his pastels to Mr. Heseltine.