Daneby no 58 (LVIII)Who is this? zoomThis property was on the corner of Gafzelle and Crescent Rd. No date was noted but would think 70s/80s. Does anyone know who this gentleman is.Author By Janet PennPage added 26/07/2016 Comments about this pageThis gentleman was Mr. Pound. He loved painting and found pleasure in giving his work away. He mostly painted brightly coloured flowers. What a wonderful gift he had.By Wendy (08/11/2017)Yes Wendy Mr Pound was a prolific artist who also painted many Canvey scenes he gave my Dad , Aubrey Stevens several of these and also 3 metal etchings which unfortunately have disappeared. However I believe there is still some of his work in the Heritage Centre.By Graham Stevens (29/04/2020) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published.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 My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published.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 People'The Red Circle'"Belmont" Tilburg Road, Canvey IslandA Canvey FishmongersAbraham Bird and FamilyAdmiral JellicoeAdmiral Jellicoe HallAn early Canvey photoAre you in this photoBaby and Toddler ShowBaby Show at the CarnivalBallroom Dance ClassesCanvey Carnival in the early 1980sCanvey Child Welfare Clinic MembersCanvey Choral Empire DayCanvey club outing 1939Canvey Horticultural Society ShowCanvey Island Chamber of TradeCanvey Island in the 20sCanvey Island Towing Para Commander SandiversCanvey Nibbs ConcertCanvey Photos from the 1920'sCanvey September 1919Canvey Youth Club TeamCanvey's Paddling PoolCelia Fowler and Brother KenChalets at Thorney Bay Caravan ParkCharles EaldingChristmas comes to Chapman LighthouseConservative Social Function 1954Crazy NightDaneby no 58 (LVIII)Do you know who these people are?Does anyone know where this was taken?Edward George FoggFrom the Grounds Of the King CanuteGeorge Pratt & Annie Edwards.Getting Your Water for 1/2d a BucketGirls Life BrigadeGoddard Bungalow 1925Gorbachev visits Canvey in 1963H. Neales BookbindersInside the MonicoJackie and Mick Ogden Wedding ReceptionJames and Daisy Ross-WilksJohn Stone (Johnstone) Builders CanveyJoint BB and GB BandJubilee DayLads at Canvey Beach 1913Margaret Day's Wedding picturesMeeting at the Village SchoolMiss James and the WIOld Canvey photosOld PhotoOld Photo 1928Old pictures of Canvey BeachPhotos from the 1950'sRemembrance DayRev Henry HayesRugby MatchSalvation ArmySea Wall Workers c1952Smile for the Camera Joe OversSt Nicholas Playgroup Christmas 1977St Trinians comes to CanveyThe Canvey and District OrchestraThe Chapman LighthouseThe Old ClerkThe War Memorial Hall Toddler ShowThorndike and McCaveThorney Bay Beach and TearoomThree great Beach picturesThree Photos of Canvey.Transport homeUrmond RoadVillage School reunion 1984Warner Wallace 1974 Darts winnerWho, What, When?Whole New Zealand lamb for 58p a pound?William Bowles and his houseboatWilliam Caton Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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This gentleman was Mr. Pound. He loved painting and found pleasure in giving his work away. He mostly painted brightly coloured flowers. What a wonderful gift he had.
Yes Wendy Mr Pound was a prolific artist who also painted many Canvey scenes he gave my Dad , Aubrey Stevens several of these and also 3 metal etchings which unfortunately have disappeared. However I believe there is still some of his work in the Heritage Centre.
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