19 Beehive Clipart
This is a fabulous collection of Beehive Clipart! I absolutely adore Vintage Beehive Images and I am always on the look out for them. There’s something so sweet and charming about the abodes of these tiny insects. We have several splendid Bumblebee Hive, Nest, and Skep Images, for you to choose from. Some of them would make a cute label, especially if you make your own Honey or Honey related products. There is a sweet little bee hive and a bee skep image that I think would look lovely on a set of Coasters or transferred onto a Tea Towel! We also have several gorgeous Beehive Instant Art Printables to Print and Frame as well. If you are a crafter or graphic designer you will love these illustrations.
Black & White Beehive Clip Art
This one is an amazingly ornate Beehive or Skep on a little table with short legs. Apparently, back in the day, Bees were much more spoiled than they are now! This is a clipart image from the old 1850s Catalog. It is a black illustration on a white background.
This is a marvelous Vintage Black and White Beehive Image! Shown above is a classic looking Bee Skep, drawing. Bees are buzzing all around it! The hive is sitting outside on a low table or bench.This is a wonderful Vintage Wooden Beehive Image! Shown above is a fantastic Antique Image scanned from a very early Natural History Book. The picture is an Engraving of an unusual looking Wooden Beehive! According to the book, it’s a Pyramidal Beehive. I love the little finial at the top! This is such a picturesque image, with the flowers surrounding it and the little Bees buzzing around.Isn’t this darling?!! This is the beehive isolated from an old Advertising Card for the Beehive Clothing House! You can see the old card in the next section below in its original sepia form. I thought it was such a cute design element.
I just adore this Early Beehive Image! This is an old black and white Illustration of a charming Vintage Beehive in a Garden setting. It is sitting on a tree stump. Such an unusual woven hive or skep. I love the thatched roof on this one!
Pictured above is a Splendid Bumblebee Nest Image! This marvelous picture was scanned from an Early Natural History book. Such an interesting illustration! As you can see, there is a Queen Bee and two little Bumblebees climbing around some little pods, which must be the bee egg sacks. They look quite busy, don’t they?!
This is a pretty little Victorian advertising card for Lion Coffee. A very sweet scene with a large yellow beehive and a sweet little gray bird. There are some huge bright pink and white colorful flowers over the beehive and a cute house in the background.
This is a darling Antique Beehive Painting! This old Illustration of a charming Mother with her two daughters checking out two Vintage Beehives or Skeps is so sweet. I love the thatched roof cottage behind them.
This cute French Beehive graphic is from an antique French Document! I just love the tiny Bees swarming around it! The original black and white clipart was quite tiny so I enlarged it a bit to make it more useful. I made a sepia color image for you too.
Isn’t this darling?!! This is an old Advertising Card for the Beehive Clothing House! I think the Beehive is so cute, and I love the old Typography as well! I’ve also included a graphic of this hive on its own in the previous section above.
This is a gorgeous Beehive Print from an 1840’s Natural History Book! This one shows some Bees swarming around a Tree Branch. There are 3 cute Hives or Skeps in the background. I’ve created an Instant Art Printable so that you can print it out and frame it.
This is another lovely print is from a Circa 1840’s Natural History Book. Shown is a charming Beehive in lovely Sepia tones. I can just imagine the sweet Honeycomb inside of these! I’ve created an Instant Art Printable Download so that you can print it out and frame it.
And if you have a Beehive, you need a Beekeeper costume right?! This is a marvelous Vintage Beekeeper Clipart Image! Shown above is a wonderful Vintage Picture done in Black and White, of a man wearing a Beekeeper Costume! He’s wearing the traditional Beekeeper’s Hat with netting over it to keep the bugs out. This one was scanned from an Antique Farm Manual, Circa 1884, in my collection.