This is Stephens first drawing in Moscow. He is seated on his travelling stool in front of St Basils to draw this tower which forms part of the Kremlin walls. His drawing pad is placed on the second
travelling stool and he decides to start in pencil. Oliver Sacks sits on a wall in front of Stephen, taking notes. It is sunny but chilly, and Stephen jumps every time the police blow their whistles at foreign tourists who have strayed from the designated pedestrian crossings on the square: everyone must walk in formation, preferably in groups.
Original Drawing of Spaasky Tower, Kremlin measuring 297 x 420mm (A3), created and hand drawn by the artist.