New York from Weehawk [The Wall View from Weehawken]
John Hill (American (born England), London 1770–1850 Clarksville, New York)
After William Guy Wall (Irish, Dublin 1792–after 1864 Ireland (active America))
Hand-colored etching and aquatint
image: 15 11/16 x 24 5/8 in. (39.9 x 62.5 cm)
sheet: 22 3/16 x 31 7/8 in. (56.3 x 80.9 cm)
Gift of William H. Huntington, 1883
Not on view
William Henry Huntington; Donor: William Henry Huntington
Stokes III.577-579, pl. 92; Fielding III.616; Koke 1961, 95
Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes The Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, compiled from original sources. 5 vols., 1915–1928, vol. III, pp. 577-79, pl. 92.
Mantle Fielding American Engravers upon Copper and Steel: Biographical Sketches and Check Lists of Engravings: A Supplement of David McNeely Stauffer's American Engravers. 1917, vol. III, no. 616.
Richard J. Koke "John Hill, Master of Aquatint, 1770–1850." New-York Historical Society Quarterly. vol. 43, no. 1, January 1959, pp. 100-101.
Richard J. Koke A Checklist of the American Engravings of John Hill (1770-1850): Master of Aquatint, Together with a List of Prints Colored by Him and a List of His Extant Original Drawings. New-York Historical Society, 1961, cat. no. 95, pp. 41-43.
Artist: John Hill (American (born England), London 1770–1850 Clarksville, New York)Date: ca. 1826–30Medium: Watercolor, pen and black ink, and graphite on off-white wove paperAccession: 54.90.283 rectoOn view in:Not on view
Artist: John Hill (American (born England), London 1770–1850 Clarksville, New York)Date: 1826Medium: Fragment of a black and white watercolor aquatint on off-white wove paperAccession: 54.90.283 versoOn view in:Not on view