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Bush Idyll Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Today's new puzzle is based on the 1893 painting with the same name by Frederick McCubbin. The painting depicts a girl and boy (who is playing a whistle) lying on the ground near a lake in a forest. In 1998 McCubbin's painting sold for $2,312,500, a then-record price for an Australian painting at public auction. Bush Idyll is presently on long term display in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra on loan from a private collection.

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