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This is a limited edition print of a 'Bumblebee' from an original coloured pencil drawing.


Also in the bee collection:

Bee & Thistle Limited Edition Print

Honey Bee Limited Edition Print


Bumblebees are sadly in worrying decline, mainly due to the way in which our countryside is managed. Bumblebees are great pollinators and have a key role in producing much of the food we eat, as well as many wildflowers which allow them to reproduce. Without pollinating, many of our foods and plants would not create seeds resulting in the decline and abundance of many plant species, many of which form the vital food chain for other insects, birds and mammals. "Without bumbleebees we would have less colour, less beauty, less healthy and nutritious food. The health benefits from experiencing nature would be lost too" Bumblebee Conservation Trust.


My wildlife art is inspired from the beautiful english countryside that I am surrounded by every single day.

Giclee Prints are professionally printed on finely textured Somerset Enhanced Radiant White Acid-Free Cotton Rag Paper using Archival Museum Quality Inks, guaranteed to withstand fading for at least 100 years.

All prints are personally signed and numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity.


Limited Edition Print of 100

Rolled print 8x10”

Mounted print 10x12"


Mounted prints are professionally mounted, back and wrapped with a beautiful presentation finish

Mounting/Matting is provided by a Fine Art Trade Guild Professional Framer. Mounts are cut to a 45 degree bevel cut, they are 100% acid free, using conservation mountboard which is essential to guarantee protection of the artwork.


Please Note: The copyright watermark will NOT be present on the prints.

'Bumble Bee' Limited Edition Print

PriceFrom £40.00


  • Print orders are normally dispached within 5 working days with Royal Mail First Class Post or via next day courier service. International orders are shipped via Royal Mail Airmail or UPS courier and can take 3-15 working days to arrive.

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