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Boating Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: A challenging jigsaw puzzle based on Edouard Manet's painting with the same name. Boating is the manifesto of Manet's new allegiance to Impressionism. Manet's biographers recount that Rodolphe Leenhoff, the painter's brother-in-law, posed for the figure of the sailor. The oil on canvas painting was done in 1874.
Image Credits: Edouard Manet
Puzzle Of The Day On: 23/Jun/2012

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