I observe that the middle panes align with the garden arches and fountain. I sit on the burgundy leather sofa and begin to sketch. Having only outlined the window on my paper, the work catches the conspicuous eyes of its first viewer. With a craned neck, he sees the lack of advancement and straightens himself. He expresses his apologies for looking, compliments the drawing despite its premature stage, and hastily exits the scene. The drawing progresses with the day as curious visitors come and go from the room.