Art Gallery

Several artists have depicted different aspects of the Stamford Canal. Some compositions were created when the canal was working and others long after the canal was closed. When further permissions are obtained, more of these art works will be presented below. Click to enlarge the pictures.

Crayon Drawing of Stamford Canal at Uffington Bridge. Nelson Dawson 1930s from the collections of Lincolnshire County Council Heritage and Library Services

Crayon Drawing of Stamford Canal at Uffington Bridge by Nelson Dawson. c1930. From the collections of Lincolnshire County Council Heritage and Library Services

The 'Boaty' by Elizabeth Noble of West Deeping, 2013. A water colour painted during the 'boaty' project. It is an impression of the  working canal crossing King Street, West Deeping.

The ‘Boaty’ by Elizabeth Noble of West Deeping, 2013. A water colour painted during the ‘Boaty’ project. It is an impression of the working canal crossing King Street, West Deeping.

Line drawing by Derek Abel, 1925-2008. Used by the 'boaty' project with kind permission of Pat Abel. Mr Abel was well known in the Market Deeping aea for his beautiful paintings. He became a full-time artist in 1979 after retiring from work in advertising. He had an active interest in local heritage.

Line drawing by Derek Abel, 1925-2008. Used by the ‘Boaty’ project with kind permission of Pat Abel. Mr Abel was well known in the Deepings area for his beautiful paintings. He became a full-time artist in 1979 after retiring from work in advertising. He had an active interest in local heritage.

  • West Deeping Children’s art work created during the ‘Boaty’ Craft Day on April 7th 2013.
Beautiful butterfly.

Beautiful butterfly.

An elegant swan.

An elegant swan.

  • Market Deeping artist John Mills has kindly given permission for us to display copies of some of his oil paintings of local scenes associated with the Welland Navigation.¬† Contact 01778 342251 to visit his studio or for commissions.
  • Click on the first photo of John Mills’ paintings below and scroll through the paintings. Press <escape> to return to this page.
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