C.1737 Architectural elevation stately home - Belford hall

C.1737 Architectural elevation stately home - Belford hall

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This print references a beautiful architectural elevation engraving from the 1700s.

Belford Hall is a Grade I listed building, an 18th-century mansion house situated at Belford, Northumberland.

The Manor of Belford was acquired by the Dixon family in 1726, and in 1752 Abraham Dixon built a mansion house in a Palladian style to a design by architect James Paine.

Printed and framed in classical style elongated frames.

MEASUREMENTS: 95 x 38cm

The company that produce this print use British suppliers for every component. All of their prints are digitally restored and printed using archival grade, conservation methods in house. Every frame is machine cut, assembled and finished in their workshop to the highest standards.

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