Photographic portrait of Luis L. Cojo, painter of grave markers at the Mission San Juan Capistrano cemetery, April 1907. Cojo is standing at left and holding a paintbrush in his hand as he looks slightly to the left. He is wearing a dark baggy pair of pants, a dark long-sleeved shirt and a dark hat. His face is covered with a frizzy graying beard and mustache. There is a grave marker at right that is as tall as Cojo, and a paint palette is perched on top. The palette reads "Household paints ready mixed", while the marker reads "Madrona Garcia Nacio Elano 1901 El 6 de Abril Murio Elano 1902 El Mes de Sept La Edad 18 Mes". A box behind the grave marker reads "Pure Boiled Linseed Oil".