DOXFORD HALL VISITOR, PHILLIP WITCOMB, "I COULDN'T RESIST THE URGE TO PAINT THIS BEAUTIFUL BUILDING."
Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa is a stunning country house hotel, In 1817 the owners commissioned John Dobson, a Newcastle
architect who became one of the most respected and sought after
architects in the North-East, to build Doxford Hall, one of his
earliest and finest houses which was completed in 1818.
When Phillip Witcomb stayed at the Hall, he was so taken by the architecture he couldn't resist painting it. Phillip has captured the elegance and romance of Doxford Hall beautifully and we are delighted he has given us permission to show everyone his work below.
Phillip told us "I was so taken with the light up there in Northumberland and the spectacular building that is Doxford Hall, I couldn't resist the urge to paint this beautiful building."
Our thanks to Phillip for his work and we are delighted he enjoyed his stay at Doxford Hall so much.
Original painting by Phillip Witcomb. © 2012.
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