Cliff Walk at Pourville Jigsaw Puzzle

Cliff Walk at Pourville
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Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Claude Monet. Cliff Walk at Pourville was painted in February 1882 went Claude Monet went to Normandy to retreat from personal and professional pressures and paint. The landscape painting features two women atop a cliff above the sea. // Image Credit: Claude Monet / The Art Institute of Chicago

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