Gone to the Graveyard
I've never visited a famous grave and didn't know I was near one when I was in St. Ives, England in 1988.
This is what I didn't see, the amazing grave of Alfred Wallis, a famous English primitive painter who died in 1945. Wallis who was a fisherman with no formal training started painting when his wife died, using whatever materials came to hand, including Driftwood and cardboard. Unfortunately, like many others, Wallis was poor and didn't become famous until after his death.
To answer Marjorie's question: this is a one of a kind artistic tomb stone made by potter Bernard Leach, using tiles.