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"Buzzing with Art and Football: A Celebration of Bees" In the world of football, two stadiums stand as masterpieces of fine art

Background imageBees Collection: Griffin Park Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club

Griffin Park Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club
Griffin Park Stadium Fine Art, home of Brentford Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Matchday perfectly

Background imageBees Collection: Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913

Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913
Beehives belonging to Thomas Hendra Stapleton of Gwinear, a professional bee keeper and producer of children, having 12 or 13

Background imageBees Collection: Underhill Stadium Fine Art - Barnet Football Club

Underhill Stadium Fine Art - Barnet Football Club
Underhill Stadium was a stadium in Chipping Barnet, London, that was the home of Barnet Football Club between 1907 and 2013

Background imageBees Collection: Brentford Community Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club

Brentford Community Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club
Brentford Community Stadium is a stadium in Brentford, West London, that is the home of both Premier League club Brentford and Premiership Rugby club London Irish

Background imageBees Collection: Honey bees on a honeycomb

Honey bees on a honeycomb
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) on a honeycomb. The chambers in a honeycomb are created using wax secreted by the bees. The chambers are then filled with honey, using nectar obtained from flowers

Background imageBees Collection: Underhill Stadium Art - Barnet

Underhill Stadium Art - Barnet
Watercolour of Underhill, former home of Barnet F.C. 1907 - 2013. Record Attendance 11, 026 v Wycombe Wanderers 1952. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 1999 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageBees Collection: Busy Bodies and Busy Bees

Busy Bodies and Busy Bees
Artist: Leavers, Lucy Ann - Title: Busy Bodies and Busy Bees - Date: 1892 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 91.4 x 114.3

Background imageBees Collection: Griffin Park Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Brentford Football Club

Griffin Park Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Brentford Football Club
Griffin Park is a football ground in Brentford, situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, Greater London. It has been the home ground of Championship club Brentford F.C. since it was built in 1904

Background imageBees Collection: Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb

Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb
JLM-9590 Honeybee - Queen & workers on comb John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: Whither Away by Florence Mary Anderson

Whither Away by Florence Mary Anderson
A group of delicate looking fairies and pixies ride around on dragonflies and bees. c.1925

Background imageBees Collection: A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street

A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street caused a large crowd to collect as PC Marshall, of Scotland Yard

Background imageBees Collection: Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)

Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)
Beekeeper, 1872. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageBees Collection: Shakespeares Bees by Pauline Baynes

Shakespeares Bees by Pauline Baynes
William Shakespeare, lost in thought, and inspired by a swarm of honey bees as he writes Henry V

Background imageBees Collection: Bees in springtime

Bees in springtime
Bees enjoy collecting pollen from abundant catkins on pussy willow branches growing by a river

Background imageBees Collection: Honeybee in flight approaching cherry tree blossoms to collect pollen Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

Honeybee in flight approaching cherry tree blossoms to collect pollen Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
SAS-440 Honeybee - in flight approaching cherry tree blossoms to collect pollen Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany Apis mellifera Steffen & Alexandra Sailer Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageBees Collection: Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926

Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926
A beehive, and one bee

Background imageBees Collection: Bees and beehive, 17th century artwork

Bees and beehive, 17th century artwork. Bees are social insects that form colonies around a queen bee. They gather nectar and pollen to feed their larvae, also producing honey

Background imageBees Collection: Honey Bees - on comb & brood cells

Honey Bees - on comb & brood cells
JLM-8126 Honeybees and Brood Cells Apis mellifera John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: Bees in a circle

Bees in a circle
bees walking in a circle

Background imageBees Collection: Elephant Castle Beehive

Elephant Castle Beehive
A unique elephant castle beehive at Beeston, Cheshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageBees Collection: Poster card for a Beekeepers Conference - Prague

Poster card for a Beekeepers Conference - Prague
Promotional card for a Beekeepers Conference - Prague, Czechoslovakia

Background imageBees Collection: Queen Honey Bee Clipped wings, UK

Queen Honey Bee Clipped wings, UK
SPH-320 Queen Honeybee - Clipped wings, UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter

Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter
PPG-429 Honey Beehives In forest in winter Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: The Apiarist

The Apiarist - a bee keeper demonstrating the examination of frames of brood

Background imageBees Collection: Beekeeping / Diderot

Beekeeping / Diderot
Various procedures of apiculture

Background imageBees Collection: Roman Beekeeping / Virgil

Roman Beekeeping / Virgil
A Roman beekeeper tends his bees

Background imageBees Collection: Honey Bees - tending honeycomb - UK

Honey Bees - tending honeycomb - UK
SPH-288 Honeybee - workers tending honeycomb UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: +44 (0) 20 8318 1401

Background imageBees Collection: Roman Beekeepers / Virgil

Roman Beekeepers / Virgil
Roman beekeepers watch their bees swarming

Background imageBees Collection: Alphabet / B for Bees

Alphabet / B for Bees
B - is for the Bees, that fly out here and there

Background imageBees Collection: Honet Bee - tending honeycomb UK

Honet Bee - tending honeycomb UK
SPH-300 Honey Bee - tending honeycomb UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: Red Grouse In Pink and purple heather. North Yorkshire. UK

Red Grouse In Pink and purple heather. North Yorkshire. UK
ROY-31 Red Grouse - in Pink and purple heather. North Yorkshire. UK Lagopus lagopus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBees Collection: Convolvulus & C. Bell

Convolvulus & C. Bell
Pink CONVOLVULUS (Bindweed) & blue & white CAMPANULA MEDIUM Canterbury Bell) depicted with bees

Background imageBees Collection: Smoking the Bees / Stokes

Smoking the Bees / Stokes
Smoking the bees

Background imageBees Collection: Insects / Bee

Insects / Bee
Humble bees; the wood bee (top) and earth bee (bottom)

Background imageBees Collection: Darwinism (colour litho)

Darwinism (colour litho)
3630356 Darwinism (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Darwinism. Illustration from Meyers Konversations-Lexicon, c1895.); © Look and Learn

Background imageBees Collection: One Kind of Picnic - Another by H. M. Bateman 2 of 2

One Kind of Picnic - Another by H. M. Bateman 2 of 2
A group attempt a countryside picnic but are beset with problems ranging from angry wasps to an irate landowner. The picture is in direct contrast to a companion picture to this

Background imageBees Collection: Football Stadium - Brentford FC - Griffin Park

Football Stadium - Brentford FC - Griffin Park
Griffin Park was a football ground in Brentford in the London Borough of Hounslow, England. It was the home ground of Brentford F.C. from its opening in September 1904 to August 2020

Background imageBees Collection: Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding from Lavender (Lavandula) flowers, Mayfield Lavender Farm

Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding from Lavender (Lavandula) flowers, Mayfield Lavender Farm, North Downs, Surrey, UK, July

Background imageBees Collection: Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C

Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C. T. Overton of Crawley, Sussex who has been keeping bees since 1882 is exhibiting at the National Honey Show at the Horticultural Hall, Westminster

Background imageBees Collection: Anatomy of the Apis, No. XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart

Anatomy of the Apis, No. XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart
HMB306152 Anatomy of the Apis, No.XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart, 1877-98 (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); 137x101 cm; Humboldt-Universitaet, Berlin

Background imageBees Collection: Brer Rabbit

Brer Rabbit

Background imageBees Collection: Pollen on a bee leg, SEM

Pollen on a bee leg, SEM
Pollen on a bee leg. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of pollen grains (pale purple) on the leg of a bee (superfamily Apoidea). Pollen grains are the male sex cells of a flowering plant

Background imageBees Collection: Bee Hives Near Welwyn

Bee Hives Near Welwyn
A cyclist stops to admire the many rows of bee hives situated here along the Great North Road near Welwyn in Hertfordshire, England

Background imageBees Collection: Advertisement for poultry farm, Mickleover, Derby

Advertisement for poultry farm, Mickleover, Derby
Advertisement for CR Salt, Chestnuts Poultry Farm, Mickleover, Derby, offering eggs for hatching, day old chicks, three month old pullets, stock birds, ducklings, ducks, poultry houses

Background imageBees Collection: France-Environment-Bees

France-Environment-Bees
Bees on a honeycomb in the Oblats Park in Nantes. / AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBET

Background imageBees Collection: Harvesting honey, 15th century

Harvesting honey, 15th century
Harvesting honey. 15th-century artwork showing the collection and use of honey, as part of a section describing honeys medicinal and therapeutic properties

Background imageBees Collection: Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden, Lower Saxony, Germany

Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden, Lower Saxony, Germany
USH-4354 Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden Lower Saxony, Germany Apis mellifera Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageBees Collection: Bumble Bee on Echinopsritro - Probably Bombus terrestris - England - UK - Gathering pollen

Bumble Bee on Echinopsritro - Probably Bombus terrestris - England - UK - Gathering pollen
CAN-3267 Bumble Bee - Gathering pollen and nectar from Echinopsritro UK Bombus spp John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way



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"Buzzing with Art and Football: A Celebration of Bees" In the world of football, two stadiums stand as masterpieces of fine art. Griffin Park Stadium, home to Brentford Football Club, and Underhill Stadium, where Barnet Football Club once played, have captured the hearts of fans with their architectural beauty. But beyond the pitch lies a deeper connection between these clubs and nature's tiny wonders - bees. Both Brentford Community Stadium and Underhill Stadium have become sanctuaries for honey bees, who diligently work on their honeycombs amidst the cheers from passionate supporters. Just like the players on match day, these busy bodies are always in motion. The vibrant artwork adorning Griffin Park Stadium captures this energy perfectly – an ode to both football and nature's tireless workers. Meanwhile, at Underhill Stadium Art in Barnet, a different kind of bee-themed masterpiece takes center stage – "Shakespeare's Bees" by Pauline Baynes – showcasing how even literature has been inspired by these remarkable creatures. The intricate dance performed by honey bees is truly mesmerizing. Witnessing their queen alongside her dedicated workers on a comb is akin to watching a well-coordinated team scoring goals effortlessly. Florence Mary Anderson's enchanting painting "Whither Away" encapsulates this harmony beautifully. Springtime brings new life not only to football pitches but also to buzzing meadows filled with blooming flowers that attract swarms seeking nectar. These industrious insects remind us that every season holds its own magic - just like each game played under those stadium lights. And sometimes, even unexpected places become temporary homes for our striped friends. A swarm settling at Victoria Street's bomb site serves as a reminder that nature finds resilience even amidst chaos and destruction. So let us celebrate these marvelous creatures who bring joy both on and off the field - from artistic tributes within stadiums' walls to their vital role in pollination across the world.