On this blog we are always happy to help the poor and needy, and having had my attention drawn to Peter Dunn's very skilled artwork I'm happy to help him to sell some of it. Info here:
The illustration above presumably shows Peter's interpretation of what Stonehenge looked like in its pristine or "perfect" form. There are a number of notable features. The Altar Stone is shown as a big upright slab or pillar. Then we have a small bluestone circle contained within the setting of sarsen trilithons. We have two mini-trilithons made of bluestones -- that's a fair assumption, since some of the working on dolerite bluestones suggests this sort of usage at some stage. Then we see a sort of mini-avenue of bluestones flanked by a double bluestone setting -- and I wonder where the evidence for this has come from.
My main problem with the portrayal is the assumption that all of the bluestones in the bluestone circle and around the mini-avenue were pillars. We know that they were not. Most of them were boulders and stumpy slabs. And as we have said before, there is nothing to show that Stonehenge was ever completed, with this stone setting or any other.