Drawing of the Lobster Smackby Jeanette Hudson zoomAuthor From Janet DollingPage added 30/10/2014 Comments about this pageHi Jean:Love your great sketch of the Lobster Smack, because you have captured that “old” look that reminds one of the “smuggling” tales that existed along with it’s other attributes……great Canvey history. RadBy Gerald Hudson (30/10/2014) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Δ ArtA Miniature HollandA Warm Corner - Wild Duck Shooting by H.C.Seppings WrightAnother of Phil Bs CartoonsCanvey Chronical Cartoons 1933Canvey in ArtCaptain Gregson the ArtistCaptain Gregson's Furtherwick FarmChapman Lighthouse 1893Chapman Lighthouse. 1851-1957Charfleets Farm HouseCrested and Golden Eagles passing Chapman LighthouseDarren Jones' Canvey PaintingsDenys Cook, local artist 1922-2008Drawing of Sluice FarmDrawing of the Lobster SmackDutch Cottage dated 1621 Canvey IslandEast London GroupGrayson Perry and the Canvey ConnectionHenry Jamyn BrooksHeritage CentreHillhall Farm HouseHole Haven and the EstuaryJ J Proctor IllustratorLabworth Cafe by Gemma StevensLobster Smack 1909Lobster Smack InnLovely Watercolour of St Katherine'sLovely Watercolour of the Oysterfleet LighthouseM.V. 'Royal Daffodil' passing the Chapman LightMaritime Watercolour Canvey IslandOld CanveyOysterfleet LighthousePainting called 'Canvey Island'Paintings by Iain NethercotPaintings by Ralph HollingdalePaintings of the CrossingPaul Sharp 1964 IllustrationsPaul Smyth (1883-1963) - An artist's view of CanveyRivers of Great Britain. The Thames from Source to seaRound about Canvey published in the Yachting Weekly 1914Scraperboard Drawing of the Dutch CottageSketches by Richard IronsSouthwick FarmThe Chalet, Leigh BeckThe five thousandThe LighthouseThe Lobby PaintingThe Lobster Smack InnThe Vicarage c1927-8Tom Merry aka William MechamTurner Prize nominee Rebecca Warren's 2003 sculpture "Canvey Island".Two Paintings by Dave ThorndikeUnknown EssexWarrawee - home of the Venables familyWatercolour of the Lobster SmackWaterside FarmWhat a Difference a Day MakesCharles Lloyd Shayes.Charles PearsDudley George - The ArtistHarry RussellJohn FenwickOur seawall muralsPeter Paul HubnerVic Ellis Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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Love your great sketch of the Lobster Smack, because you have captured that “old” look that reminds one of the “smuggling” tales that existed along with it’s other attributes……great Canvey history.
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