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Boats at Rest Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Arthur Wesley Dow. It depicts two boats at rest on a river bank around around his native Ipswich, Massachusetts. The painting is made in the style of ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock) prints. So what are you waiting for? Click start and give it a try!
Image Source /Credit: Arthur Wesley Dow, c. 1895, The Art Institute of Chicago

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