Normally, I would have put this type of drawing in among the other building images but, I think it would get a bit lost there. Seems like it makes more sense to put it with the bee images, so that’s where this little bee hive drawing will live on Reusable Art.
This bee hive drawing is one that was designed by W. Broughton Carr in 1890 and is known as the W.B.C. hive. It works well for the production of comb and honey. Rather than get into all of the details that were included in the 1911 Encyclopedia where this drawing was found, I’ll just leave it to you and your wonderful imagination as to how and where you might use this great bee hive drawing.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.