This fun and challenging puzzle is based on a painting called "Child with Toys" by Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts the artist's son, Jean playing with his nanny Gabrielle. Gabrielle Renard became an important member of the family of the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, first becoming their nanny, and subsequently a frequent model for the artist. She developed a strong bond with the Renoirs' second son, the future filmmaker Jean Renoir (the child in this painting), lasted throughout their lives.Image Source /Credit: Auguste Renoir, 1895-1896, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Today's puzzle is based on a 1772 painting by Luis Melendez ( the greatest Spanish still-life painter of the 18th century). The painting features a picnic basket, some loaves of freshly baked bread, grapes, some peaches, a melon, some juicy pears, a bottle of wine and some other food containers and plates - everything you need for an afternoon meal in a breathtaking natural landscape.
Are you ready for the race? In this new puzzle we feature a painting by the Impressionist French painter Edgar Degas called "Before the Race". The painting depicts four jockeys on horseback just before a race. The horse and rider theme was one of Degas's favorites. He returned to this theme time and time again throughout his career. Over the course of his career it is reported that he created 45 oils, 20 pastels, 250 drawings, and 17 sculptures related to horses.
Today's puzzle is based on Vincent Van Gogh's 1888 painting with the same name. Joseph Roulin, the main character of this painting, was a postal employee in Arles, became a surrogate "big brother" for the artist, caring for Vincent during the major onset of mental illness that came in 1888, and seeing him through the asylum months of early 1889.
Solve today's puzzle and go back in time to a fruit and vegetable market in the 1600s. Based on a painting by the Flemish painter Jan van Kessel the Elder, the image featured in this game depicts a market scene set in the heart of a vibrant 17th-century European town. The canvas is filled with an array of colorful fruits and vegetables, all meticulously detailed, showcasing van Kessel's mastery of still-life composition. On the right side of the picture the young woman selling the fruit and vegetables is depicted talking to a customer. Among the variety of fruits and vegetable, Kessel has also added a variety of exotic birds and animals. Put the pieces back together and see how many birds and animals can you spot? Have fun!
This fun new puzzle is based on one of David Teniers the Younger's most famous paintings called "Village Festival," an oil on canvas work. "Village Festival" is a celebration of the joy of community and the spirit of togetherness, capturing the essence of life in a Flemish village during the 17th century. The painting depicts a festive scene in a Flemish village, with people of all ages gathered in a vibrant outdoor setting. The figures are engaged in a variety of activities, such as dancing, playing music, and socializing. Some are dressed in elaborate costumes, while others are more casually attired. One of the most striking aspects of the painting is its sense of movement and energy.
Today's puzzle is based on a beautiful still life painting by Henri Fantin-Latour. In this painting, Fantin-Latour skillfully arranges the objects to create a balanced and visually engaging scene. The fruit basket is filled with an assortment of fruits, such as apples, grapes, and pears. The artist meticulously renders the textures and colors of the fruits, bringing them to life with vibrant hues and intricate detailing. In the center of the painting, a bouquet of flowers adds a touch of natural beauty and elegance to the composition. Lastly, a book rests near the tea cup, providing an additional element of interest to the composition. The book, with its pages slightly opened, indicates the presence of intellectual or leisurely pursuits and adds a sense of depth and narrative to the painting.
Step into the captivating world of one of the most celebrated Dutch Golden Age painters and immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility of this iconic masterpiece. "The Little Street" is a renowned painting created by Johannes Vermeer around the year 1657-1658. This artwork showcases Vermeer's exceptional talent for capturing intimate scenes of everyday life with remarkable precision and luminosity. The painting portrays a typical Dutch street in the city of Delft, where Vermeer resided throughout his life. Click start and enjoy the challenge of assembling this exquisite artwork and marvel at the mastery of one of history's greatest painters.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Paul Cezanne. In this beautiful painting Cezanne chose to focus not on a well known, picturesque site in Auvers but rather on the a view of the town’s ordinary houses and rooftops. Pick your difficulty level, start the puzzle, put the beautiful and colorful houses back together piece by piece and you complete this fun and challenging puzzle. Have fun!
This new puzzle is base on a painting by the German artist Philipp Hackert(1737-1807) and it features a view of the Gulf of Pozzuoli from Solfatara (an area of volcanic steam vents). The Gulf of Pozzuoli is a small gulf in the northwestern end of the Gulf of Naples in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The countryside around Naples was very popular with 18th and 19th century painters due to its dramatic and impressive landscapes, volcanoes and classical ruins.
Today's new puzzle is base on Thomas Cole's 1830 painting with the same name. The romanticized, autumnal scene depicted in this beautiful panting has two Native American figures at it's center and the impressive Niagara Falls in the background. If you didn't know, Thomas Cole (February 1, 1801 - February 11, 1848) was an Anglo-American painter known for his landscape and history paintings.
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