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    stephen wiltshire, autistic artist who drawing london cityscape from memory.

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    • Marie O'Connor

      Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire drawing London. After only a 20 minute helicopter ride over New York City, Wiltshire was able to draw the New York skyline, in pen, just from memory.

    • Cynthia Anderson

      Stephen Wiltshire of London, cityscape artist, has autism and can create detailed drawings after a brief viewing.

    • Jacquelyn Harris

      Stephen Wiltshire draws these huge scapes from memory!! This one is London. I'm humbled in my artistic ability by his works

    • Courtney Breed

      Stephen Wiltshire is an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. In 2007, he flew over London in a helicopter to view the city from the air. The next five days he sketched the skyline from memory at the Mayor's office.

    • Kristin P

      Stephen Wiltshire diagnosed autistic at age 3, artistic savant. People with autism may not be typical, they are extraordinary.

    • In-Definite Arts

      Stephen Wiltshire, "London panorama." Stephen is a London based artist who draws incredibly detailed city-scapes, sometimes after having only observed them briefly. #disability #disabilityart

    • Angie Brunner

      Stephen Wiltshire, an autistic artist, drawing a panoramic view of London after having seen it on a 20 minute helicopter ride. AMAZING.

    • Sarah Perkins

      stephen wiltshire, autistic artist who draws city scapes from memory. SO AWESOME!

    • Don Voogd

      Stephen Wiltshire - British landscape artist

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