All the available evidence teaches us of Giotto's skills as a draughtsman yet unfortunately there are not really any artworks left due to the fragile nature of his work in this medium. For a simple sketch to last from the time of Giotto all the way to today has just proven too tough a challenge for all of the study drawings that no doubt he would have completed during his own lifetime. The photograph included here is from a large Christies sale entitled Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite and British Impressionist Art. It is a portrait drawing of Giotto by Simeon Solomon in the late 19th century as a sign of respect and love for an artist who achieved so much many centuries earlier.