Based on a 1756 painting by Christian Georg Schutz called "A Market on the Römerberg in Frankfurt", today's puzzle captures a vibrant and bustling scene of a lively market day in the historic Römerberg square in Frankfurt, Germany. In the foreground, the square is filled with market stalls and vendors. Shoppers, merchants, and townsfolk bustle about, creating a sense of liveliness. In the background, the architectural beauty of the Römerberg square is nothing short of a masterpiece. Surrounding the square, half-timbered buildings of the era, each with its own unique charm, form a captivating architectural panorama. Their steeply pitched roofs, and intricate wooden framework are a testament to the 18th-century craftsmanship. So what are you waiting for? Click start and start reconstructing this beautiful piece of art. Have fun!Image Credit: Christian Georg Schütz, 1754, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
Embark on a delightful journey to the past with our captivating online jigsaw puzzle inspired by Pedro de Weyer's masterpiece, "Man shows two children toys on the steps of a print shop". This delightful scene transports you to a bustling street, where a man showcases a whimsical toy horse to a curious young boy and girl. The children, clutching a charming doll and a playful dog, are captivated by the man's gesture. Meanwhile, in the backdrop, three gentlemen engross themselves in examining an array of captivating books displayed in the window of a quaint print shop. Allow yourself to escape the modern world and indulge in the sheer pleasure of completing this captivating puzzle, one piece at a time. Embark on this nostalgic journey and relish the satisfaction of unveiling the hidden beauty within today's puzzle. Have fun!
This new jigsaw puzzle is based on a captivating artwork by Andrew W. Warren. It depicts a charming rural homestead in Long Island in the 1800s. The painting showcases the idyllic daily life of the homestead, with a farmhouse, a barn, vegetable and flower gardens, and livestock grazing in the surrounding hills. The painting also captures several figures relaxing on the porch and two women working in the wheat fields. The artwork is a poignant reminder of the self-sufficient way of life that was prevalent in rural areas before the advent of modernization. Warren's skillful execution and attention to detail make this artwork a timeless and inspiring piece of art.
Base on a painting by Jakob Alt, today's puzzle depicts captivating and serene landscape composition that invites you into a picturesque garden setting. In the background, a lush tapestry of verdant trees forms a vibrant backdrop, their leaves rustling in the gentle breeze. In the foreground, two figures engage in conversation, their presence adding a human touch to the idyllic scene. Nearby, a dog stands as a loyal and watchful companion, ready to offer its companionship and adding an endearing aspect to the composition.
This fun and colorful puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by Childe Hassam (an American Impressionist painter). The painting depicts a panoramic view of Gloucester, Massachusetts, one of Hassam's favorite destinations. Put the pieces back together and see how this beautiful destination looked in 1899, when Hassam painted this landscape. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on George Benjamin Luks 1912 oil on canvas painting - "Holiday on the Hudson". It depicts people on holiday going for a boat ride on the Hudson on a sunny Summer day. Luks is best-known for his paintings that reflect the life of people living in the Manhattan's Lower East Side at that time.
This fun new puzzle is based on a painting by Severin Roesen (c. 1815 in Boppard - c. 1872) was a Prussian-American painter known for his abundant fruit and flower still lifes. The fruits depicted in this painting do not all ripen at the same time and it wouldn't have been possible to have them on the same table in 19th-century. The artist chose symbolism over accuracy and included all the fruit at the same time. The abundance of fruit speaks is meant to speak about the prosperity of the young United States. Roesen arrived in America around 1848, the painting featured here was made in 1858,
Another fun and challenging still-life puzzle is here. This new one is based on a painting by Cornelis de Heem (a still-life painter associated with both Flemish Baroque and Dutch Golden Age painting) called "Still-Life with Crayfish, Oysters, and Fruit". Pick your difficulty, put the table full of fruit, oysters and crayfish back together and complete today's challenge! Have fun!
This new beautiful puzzle is based on a painting by Claude Monet with the same name. He painted this beautiful masterpiece in 1864. The painting features some beautiful Spring flowers (peonies, hydrangeas, lilacs and some geraniums). Monet loved flowers and is quoted as saying, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by the French impressionist artist Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts a brightly colored scene on the banks of the river the Seine near the town of Chatou, a popular spot for boating and leisure activities in the late 19th century. In the foreground we can see a woman and three men, one in a canoe. In the background the river Seine, some other small boats and the a few houses on the other side of the river.
Immerse yourself in the world of baroque still life as you piece together this delightful and intricately detailed artwork (till Life with a Basket of Fruit and a Bunch of Asparagus" by the renowned artist Louise Moillon). The centerpiece of the composition is a rustic wicker basket overflowing with a vibrant assortment of luscious fruits. Ripe peaches, plump grapes and succulent cherries beckon you to savor their delicious flavors. Adjacent to the basket, a radiant bunch of asparagus lies elegantly on a table, its slender spears contrasting beautifully with the richly colored fruits. Have fun!
Today's beautiful and challenging puzzle is based on a painting by Martinus Rorbye, a central figure of the Golden Age of Danish painting during the first half of the 19th century. Called "View from the Artist's Window", the painting today's puzzle is based on depicts the view from the drawing-room window of the authors childhood home. In the foreground we can see a open book on a table and several flowers on the windowsill. Contrasting with the intimacy of the drawing room, the view out the window reveals a scene filled with sailing ships in the harbor, destined for distant shores.
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