Luxury hotel news - England, Wales & Scotland
18 November 2010
Guests at Yorkshire hotels to see iconic painting?
Guests staying in luxury hotels in Yorkshire may want to see an iconic painting by renowned artist David Hockney, which will be moved to the area, according to the Darlington and Stockton Times.
Leaving London for the first time, the painting is the largest of all his works, measuring 12 by 4.5 metres.
Guests staying in Yorkshire hotels early next year will be able to view the seminal painting, which is entitled Bigger Trees Near Water and is made up of some 50 small canvasses.
Part of Art in Yorkshire, the work will be displayed as part of the year-long celebration of art taking place in 19 Yorkshire galleries, which is supported by the Tate.
The painting is set to be on display between February 12th and June 12th.
Meanwhile, guests staying in luxury hotels in the area during the festive period could attend the White Winter Rose Festival, which features classical music and mulled wine.
Hotels in this region
- Wetherby, North Yorkshire
- Bridge Hotel & Spa
- Wakefield, West Yorkshire
- Waterton Park Hotel
- Leeds, West Yorkshire
- Weetwood Hall Hotel
- Sheffield, South Yorkshire
- Whitley Hall Country House Hotel