|Artist||John Walker after Edward Dayes|
|Published||Publish'd Feb. 1. 1792, by J. Walker No.16 Rosomans Street London.|
|Dimensions||Image 102 x 160 mm, Sheet 148 x 200 mm|
A view of Magdalen Tower and bridge from the meadows by the Thames. The foreground features a student in academic dress punting and children fishing.
Edward Dayes (1763–1804) was an English watercolour painter and engraver in mezzotint. He studied under William Pether, and began to exhibit at the Royal Academy in 1786.
Condition: Small worm hole to right margin, not affecting image, some surface dirt and folds to sheet edges.