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Yellow Weaver Gallery

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Choose from 48 pictures in our Yellow Weaver collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Palm Sunday in Spitalfields, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Yellow Weaver Print

Palm Sunday in Spitalfields, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Palm Sunday in Spitalfields, 1844. In the neighbourhood of London... "palming" is still a practice on the Sunday before Easter. The weavers of Spitalfields, leaving their murky workshops, customarily ramble into the fields and lowlands of Essex, on this day, to gather "palm", and inhale a better atmosphere. Our artist has depicted a scene of the return of one of these parties. The yellow catkins, or male-flowers, are more highly prized than the white, or female flowers'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Wasp spider (Argiope bruennichi) Featured Yellow Weaver Print

Wasp spider (Argiope bruennichi)

Wasp spider (Argiope bruennichi), female specimen which has has a shining silvery cephalothorax (head) and a yellowish abdomen with black and white bars across it.. Japan. This spider is, like all orb-weavers, not poisonous for humans. The spider prefers to weave her web between grass at a height of 20 -30 cm

Banded garden spider (Argiope trifasciata) Featured Yellow Weaver Print

Banded garden spider (Argiope trifasciata)

Banded garden spider (Argiope trifasciata), female head downwards on the web, the characteristic posture. It occurs worldwide. It builds a vertical wheel web about 60 cm across. West MacDonnell National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

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