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David Garrick as Richard III Puzzle Game
Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats
00 : 23
00 : 45
Easy Puzzle Time Stats
01 : 38
03 : 51
Normal Puzzle Time Stats
03 : 59
23 : 00
Hard Puzzle Time Stats
08 : 09
30 : 37
Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats
11 : 06
52 : 11
Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats
18 : 14
3 : 54 : 02
About The David Garrick as Richard III Jigaw Puzzle:
Today's new jigsaw puzzle is based on a portrait of the great 18th-century actor David Garrick in one of his most famous roles: Shakespeare’s Richard III. It was painted in 1745 by William Hogarth - one of England’s most important portrait painters David Garrick (1717-1779) was the greatest English actor of the 18th century and dominated the London stage for over four decades. His earliest major success was in November 1741 when he played Shakespeare’s Richard III at Goodman’s Fields playhouse.
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