Graphic Illustrations of Animals

Made:
1840-1850 in London and London and England

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'Wax Chandler', 1845. Detail from print. coloured lithograph. 'The Bee and Drone' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins,
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Detail from print. coloured lithograph. 'The Bee and Drone' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVI from
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

print: coloured lithograph: 'The Bee and Drone' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVI from the volume
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

print. coloured lithograph. 'The Bee and Drone' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVI from the volume "Graphic Illustrations of Animals, showing their utility to man, in their services during life, and uses after death", J Graf, Printer, published by Roake and Varty, 31 Strand, London. The queen bee, the north of Europe worker, the south of Europe Worker, The American, The worker (Indian) with skeps and honeycomb, swarming, with titled vignettes of The beekeeper [gathering swarm]; Wax chandler [interior, candles - hanging and boxed]; For light [chandelier; children dancing]; Medicinal [honey from the chemist]; Honey guide and Ratel's [in Africa with men, animals, birds]; Defence made with bees [to stop invasion of city]; Wax models; Ornamental Industry [wax flowers in whatsit]; Food [woman giving bread and honey to child].

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1990-552/16
type:
prints
status:
Permanent collection

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