Lobster Pound


‘Lobster pound’ has come to mean a roadside shack where you stop to buy a boiled lobster. Historically, it meant the place where caught lobsters were kept until they are invited out to dinner. These are large holding pens in a cove or other protected areas. They’re less common now, but you still see them here and there along the Maine coast.

This lobster pound is no more. It was in Tenants Harbor, ME, and was one of the first places I ever painted en plein air in Maine.


Lobster Pound is 14X18 in a narrow, elegant black frame. Shipping included within the continental United States. For Hawaii, Alaska and international shipping, please contact me directly to calculate surcharge.


If a painting disappoints, I will of course refund your money, on return of the painting back in my Rockport studio. Returned art must be properly packaged, with corner protectors as required and insured to its full value.

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