Jenkin's sketches of Clark and Varley are particularly happy.
I am going into the country to make some sketches and to think.
Some of these were fancy heads, and some sketches for grand historical pictures.
Again I sent out some of my sketches, again the magazines sent them back.
He began to show me some of the plans in blue-print maps and sketches.
Some of the sketches of De Wint are also admirable in this respect.
She did not even appear to notice the sketches and studies on the walls.
I left the country the moment I had sufficient material for my sketches.
Some of them are still preserved in this volume of sketches.
Howells's review of Sketches may be offered as a case in point.