John William Hill
John William Hill or often J.W. Hill (January 13, 1812 – September 24, 1879) was a British-born American artist on the go in watercolor, gouache, lithography, and engraving. Hill's perform focused primarily upon natural subjects including landscapes, still lifes, and ornithological and zoological subjects. In the 1850s, influenced by John Ruskin and Hill's attachment with American cronies of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, his attention turned from complex illustration toward nevertheless life and landscape.