Manchester Worker Bee Square Canvas


Manchester Worker Bee Square Canvas


The humble Manchester worker bee was adopted as the city's official emblem in 1842, during the Industrial Revolution. This was a time when Manchester was taking a leading role in new forms of mass production, becoming the world’s first industrial city and the central point of the world's first global economy.

More recently, it has become a symbol of unity. 

This photograph was taken inside Manchester Town Hall. This is an original print by Paul Grogan Photography. 

This is the stretched by hand canvas which  comes with a fixing bracket and hanging kit included. 

Dimensions: 30cm x 30 cm square with a depth of 3.8cm with the design "wrapping" around the edges to give continuation of colour

Please allow 7 days for delivery from order.

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