Artist's description:

Downhill House was a mansion built in the late 18th century for Frederick, 4th Earl of Bristol and Lord Bishop of Derry (popularly known as 'the Earl-Bishop'), at Downhill, County Londonderry. Much of the building was destroyed by fire in 1851 before being rebuilt in the 1870s. It fell into disrepair after the Second World War.[1]

Downhill House is now part of The National Trust property of Downhill Demesne and Mussenden Temple.

The hottest day of the year has clouded over in time for sunset with a moody overcast sky.

Materials used:

watercolour paint, ink, Passepartout, watercolour

Downhill House (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Kateryna Zaichyk from United Kingdom

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