Download it to your hard drive and open it in the Gimp.
Right click the only layer and add an alpha channel.
Select all of the image.
Select the bucket fill and change the mode to “color erase”.
Change the foreground color to the one you want to remove, in our case it’s white. Make your settings look like those in the screenshot.
Click on the color you want to remove. The entire solid color background should have been removed and replaced with a transparent background. If not, make sure you set the threshold to the 255 max value. If your background color appears elsewhere in the image it’s likely to get removed as well. In that case just tweak the threshold until you get what you want. Now just save the new image and you it on any color background.
And here is the finished product. Notice that it’s using the background color of the page.
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