Thank you. My drawing is 24" x 30". I didn't count the hours, but it was a lot of work. The original headstone I drew this from was carved by John Hartshorn, one of the earliest rural carvers of Essex Co., MA (1650-1737), though I can't find the info of which headstone or cemetery it came from, it was not one of my ancestors- but I like the style with the mask-like face with segmented lines ending in birds heads above the face. When I googled John Hartshorn it said that in 1708, this was his newest lunette design. The house I drew is the Martin House and Farm in North Swansea, Massachusetts. My great grandmother, Lillian Candace Lake, depicted here in cameo, gets her middle name from her grandmother Candace Mariah Moulton who got her name from her grandmother, Candace Martin (spelled Candis on her gravestone). The image of King Phillip to the left of the Martin house, was drawn from a wood cut done by Paul Revere. Most of the rest are old family photos.