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Belton House, near Grantham, is owned by the National Trust and was formerly the home of the Brownlow family who commissioned the building in the contemporary English Carolean style of the 1680’s rather than the classical Baroque style. It was one of the first houses to have sash windows. I chose this angled composition because I thought the stone statue added an element of grace to the picture with it looking across to the house. Painted in watercolour with sepia pen to the house detailing.
38 x 29 cm (15 x 11.5 inches)