Bees. Historical chromolithograph artwork of exotic bees. Clockwise from upper left are: Centris flavopicta, Oxaea flavescens, Euglossa analis, E. pulchra, Xylocopa nobilis, E. brullei, E. violacea and X. iridipennis. These bees are found in tropical regions, such as Brazil and India. Published in Gems of Nature and Art by R. Fawcett, in London, circa 1880.<p>Elevate any room with our handcrafted Stretched Canvas Wraps. Printed with archival inks and wrapped around a full hardwood frame, your favorite art will have a timeless, traditional look that fits in with any decor.</p>
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