This is one of Haden's most famous etchings. It is signed in the plate lower left and dated. Different sources list the date as 1862 or 1865. I tend to think it's 1862, and the confusion comes from a horizontal mark that looks to make it look like a five. It's a wonderfully composed image with a thicket of reeds and trees in the foreground (emphasized by the thick burr of the drypoint). There is a shadowy figure in the lower center of the image, reflected in the river. In the center background is Twickenham, with the church placed at the center of the image. A classic print that demonstrates that Whistler's brother-in-law was no slouch as an artist.