|Artist||Rowney & Forster after William Rider|
|Published||Pubd. for the Artist, June 1. 1824, by J. Merridew, Warwick.|
|Dimensions||Image 155 x 245 mm, Sheet 275 x 385 mm|
A view of Guy's Cliff Mill, mis-titled 'Hill' . To the left is the mill, originally know as Gibbeclive Mill in the 12th century. The mill which was rebuilt two years prior to the publication of this print, with the river Avon opposite. In the foreground is a figure with a mule, two other figures are sat by the river, one of them is fishing.
Guy's Cliffe (variously spelled with and without a hyphen and a final "e") is a hamlet and former country house on the River Avon between Warwick and Old Milverton in Warwickshire, England. The county house has been in a ruined state since the late 20th century.
William Rider (fl. 1818-1849) was a British artist and printmaker.
Condition: Spots of foxing and toning to sheet edges.