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The media interest soon turned nationwide and the 7 year old Stephen Wiltshire made his first steps to launch his lifelong career.The same year he sold his first work and by the time he turned 8, he received his first commission from the British Prime Minister to create a drawing of Salisbury Cathedral.These drawings testify to an assured draughtsmanship and an ability to convey complex perspective with consummate ease.But more importantly, they reveal his mysterious creative ability to capture the sensibility of a building and that which determines its character and its voice.It soon became apparent he communicated with the world through the language of drawing; first animals, then London buses, and finally buildings.These drawings show a masterful perspective, a whimsical line, and reveal a natural innate artistry.One of Stephen's teachers took a particular interest in him, who later accompanied his young student on drawing excursions and entered his work in children's art competitions, many of which garnered Stephen awards.
His third book, Floating Cities (1991), contains the elaborate drawings he made on the tour.
At about this time Stephen embarked on a drawing tour of Venice, Amsterdam, Leningrad, and Moscow, attracting crowds wherever he stopped to draw.
He was accompanied part of the time by Sacks, who was conducting research for a new book on Stephen's story.
In February 1987 Stephen appeared in The Foolish Wise Ones.
(The show also featured savants with musical and mathematical talents.) During his segment Hugh Casson, a former president of London's Royal Academy of Arts, referred to him as "possibly the best child artist in Britain." Casson introduced Stephen to Margaret Hewson, a literary agent who helped Stephen field incoming book deals and soon became a trusted mentor.
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The instructors at Queensmill School encouraged him to speak by temporarily taking away his art supplies so that he would be forced to ask for them.