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! // Image Credit: Louise Moillon, 1630, The Art Institute of Chicago
Today's new puzzle is based on Bartolome Esteban Murillo's 1655/1660 oil on canvas painting "Two Women at a Window". Although he is best known for his religious works, Murillo also produced a considerable number of paintings of contemporary women and children. In this painting we can see two women. On standing behind a partially opened shutter while attempting to hide a smile wit shawl and another younger one leaning on the windowsill, gazing at someone outside.
Another beautiful art themed puzzle is here. This new one is based on H. Lyman Sayen 1915/1916 oil on canvas painting : " Landscape, Bridge, Huntingdon Valley". If you didn't know, Sayen (1875 -1918) was an American pioneer in the design of x-ray tubes who also distinguished himself as an abstract artist.
Today's puzzle is based on an woodblock print created by the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai during the Edo period. The colorful print depicts the bridge at Sano (in Kozuke province) during the winter season. The pontoon bridge was famous in early poetry but no longer existed by the artists time. Take a few minutes to relax, put the pieces of today's puzzle back together and join us for a trip back in time northeastern Japan. Have fun!
Waiting for the Stage is a painting by American artist Richard Caton Woodville, depicting a scene of three men in a tavern commonly used as a waiting room for stagecoaches. In the painting two men appear to be playing cards while the third stands beside the table holding a newspaper. If you didn't know, stagecoaches were a popular mode of transportation in the 18th and 19th centuries, and they were used to transport passengers and mail between cities and towns. They were typically drawn by teams of horses and operated by a driver. Stagecoach travel was slow and uncomfortable, with passengers enduring bumpy roads and cramped conditions. Despite the challenges, stagecoaches played an important role in the growth of transportation and commerce during their time.
This fun new puzzle is base on "The Lock at Pontoise", a painting by the impressionist French artist Camille Pissarro. The painting depicts a river lock near the artist’s home at Pontoise, a rural commune about 17 miles northwest of Paris. The painting was done directly on canvas without preliminary drawing and it may have been completed in a single session.
Put today's puzzle back together and relax in a beautiful orchard. It's harvest time and the two young people in the center of the image are picking some pears. In the background we can see a cherry tree full of ripe and juicy cherries and a hen and rooster foraging in the grass. What other interesting details can you spot? Pick your difficulty level, start the game and reconstruct the bucolic scene and relax.
Today's new puzzle is based on "The Young Anglers" by the talented British artist, Edmund Bristow. This delightful artwork captures a serene moment in the countryside during the Victorian era. The painting depicts two young boys are fishing along a picturesque riverbank. Accompanying them on their adventure is a faithful and ever-loyal canine companion. Embark on this virtual journey through time, where art and puzzle-solving unite to create an enchanting experience. Take a pause from the modern world and relish in the tranquility of "The Young Anglers" by Edmund Bristow.
Today's puzzle is based on a oil on canvas by Meindert Hobbema. The painting depicts a wooded landscape on a sunny summer day. The hot rays of the summer sun manage to break through the billowing white clouds, but the people featured in the painting (the ones of the road and path and the person fishing) are kept cool thanks to the shade provided by the dense foliage of the forest.
Discover the captivating beauty of "Landscape with Fruits and Vegetables in the foreground" by Abraham Bloemaert with this fun and challenging online jigsaw puzzle. Immerse yourself in a serene landscape where an abundance of nature's bounties takes center stage. The foreground showcases a delightful variety of pumpkins, cabbages, and artichokes flourishing beneath the shade of a gnarled tree. As you assemble the puzzle pieces, you'll spot a man resting beneath a neighboring tree, perfectly capturing the harmony between humanity and the natural world. In the distance, a picturesque farm adds a touch of rustic charm to the scene. Get ready to engage your mind, relax, and appreciate the intricate details of this timeless artwork as you piece together a stunning masterpiece in the comfort of your own space. Have fun!
This new puzzle is based on "The Art of Painting", also known as "The Allegory of Painting", or "Painter in his Studio", is a 17th-century oil on canvas painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The painting depicts an artist painting a woman dressed in blue posing as a model in his studio. The painter was thought to be a self-portrait of the artist and it has been suggested that the young woman could be his daughter. The painting is considered a work with significance for Vermeer because he did not part with it or sell it, even when he was in debt.
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