This page features two paintings of Derwentwater and the surrounding fells presented in the form of two triptychs
The Lakes . Derwentwater Paintings South Wall comprises on the left Lamorna Falls, centre Kirk and Great Fell Gable with Castle Crag at the fore and Goat Crag on the right
The Lakes . Derwentwater Paintings North Wall comprises of Causey Pike on the left, centre of Skiddaw Grey Screes and others with Catbells on the right.
Both Lake District two tryptych paintings stand above the carved oak walls at either end of the magnifiscent Lingholm Stone Room. This room was the focal point for the first Lord Rochdales refurbishment of the Victorian Lingholm. Both paintings replace the old tapestries that hung in the same position for the last 100 years. These Lakeland paintings convey a scene of typical autumnal brightness that is common in the Vale of Keswick. The airy light nature of the paintings capture the fells in a silver light rising above a shimmering Lake Derwentwater. They truly let the wider fells into the room and make the viewer aware of Lingholms wonderful position in the heart of the Northern and North West Lake District.