A quite old pencil drawing on thin card, 8 1/2" by 5 1/2" inside the mat, 13" by 10 1/4" framed (no glass), apparently by a "Grandmother Stevenson" according to a notation on the reverse side of framing materials. Very faint, at the bottom of the reverse side of the card, in 19th century handwriting, is written: "All that is nature most I love, all the beautiful picture painted by the hand of Him who rests above"/Grandmother Stevenson." This phrase is written again in modern handwriting on the backing materials; and below that in the same hand is "Sketch by Grandmother Stevenson". So, we know that this fine drawing, with a lot of illustrator feeling, is by Grandmother Stevenson, but I am unable to tie this to a listed artist. The drawing reminds more of early 20th century illustrator drawings. No glass.