University and Queen’s Colleges, High Street
Coloured aquatintpublished 1 June 1813
About the artist
John Hill was an aquatint engraver of topographical views, costume and marine subjects. He produced engravings after the work of contemporary artists, including Augustus Charles Pugin, Edward Dayes and Philip James de Loutherbourg. Hill worked in London from about 1800 to 1814. He later emigrated to the United States, where he died.
- England, Oxford: High Street, Oxford: University College, Oxford: Queen's College, Oxford, Oxfordshire
- carriage, horseback, statue (as Subject), sculpture (as Subject), topography, townscape/cityscape, Victorian Genre, dog, horse, man, woman, academic gown, parasol, college, street, pavement, university