Today's puzzle depicts tranquil scene of a rustic cottage nestled among rolling hills and a meandering river. A woman and two men are shown sitting in front of the cottage, talking and enjoying the peaceful surroundings. The painting showcases Bingham's skill in capturing the beauty of the American landscape and rural life, while also highlighting his appreciation for the simplicity and serenity of the countryside.Image Source /Credit: George Caleb Bingham, 1845, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
This new puzzle is based on Winslow Homer's 1873 painting "Dad's Coming!". The painting depicts a woman and her children waiting for her husband to come back from fishing after a strong storm. The image was most likely inspired by the incident Homer witnessed in the summer of 1873 in Gloucester, Massachusetts, when strong storm claimed nine boats.
Today we're visiting The Grand Canal in Venice in 1740. This fun and challenging puzzle is based on Giovanni Antonio Canal (commonly known as Canaletto, an Italian painter from the Republic of Venice) 1740 oil on canvas painting "The Grand Canal in Venice from Palazzo Flangini to Campo San Marcuola". Canaletto made at least three versions of this view of the Grand Canal. He recorded every detail of every building along the canal, every window, door, and chimney and other architectural details.
This new puzzle is based on "Paris Street; Rainy Day" a 1877 oil painting by the French artist Gustave Caillebotte (1848–1894). The painting shows a number of people walking through the Place de Dublin, then known as the Carrefour de Moscou, at an intersection to the east of the Gare Saint-Lazare in north Paris. The painting was first shown at the Third Impressionist Exhibition of 1877.
Today's puzzle is based on "The New Bonnet", a mid 19th-century oil on canvas painting by American artist Francis William Edmonds. The painting depicts a familial scene in which a woman receives a new bonnet. The family (a woman, her mother and father) are presented as being shocked by the price of the bonnet.
Embark on a delightful journey to the past with our captivating online jigsaw puzzle inspired by Pedro de Weyer's masterpiece, "Man shows two children toys on the steps of a print shop". This delightful scene transports you to a bustling street, where a man showcases a whimsical toy horse to a curious young boy and girl. The children, clutching a charming doll and a playful dog, are captivated by the man's gesture. Meanwhile, in the backdrop, three gentlemen engross themselves in examining an array of captivating books displayed in the window of a quaint print shop. Allow yourself to escape the modern world and indulge in the sheer pleasure of completing this captivating puzzle, one piece at a time. Embark on this nostalgic journey and relish the satisfaction of unveiling the hidden beauty within today's puzzle. Have fun!
This fun new puzzle is based on a painting by Severin Roesen (c. 1815 in Boppard - c. 1872) was a Prussian-American painter known for his abundant fruit and flower still lifes. The fruits depicted in this painting do not all ripen at the same time and it wouldn't have been possible to have them on the same table in 19th-century. The artist chose symbolism over accuracy and included all the fruit at the same time. The abundance of fruit speaks is meant to speak about the prosperity of the young United States. Roesen arrived in America around 1848, the painting featured here was made in 1858,
This new puzzle is based Frederic Remington's 1889 painting "The Mexican Major". Frederic Sackrider Remington (October 4, 1861 – December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor and writer who specialized in depictions of the American Old West. The painting featured in this puzzle was inspired by Remington's six-week visit to Mexico in 1889 in preparation for an article in Harper’s Weekly magazine. During his visit Remington was greatly impressed by the Mexican army.
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.
This fun new puzzle is base on "The Lock at Pontoise", a painting by the impressionist French artist Camille Pissarro. The painting depicts a river lock near the artist’s home at Pontoise, a rural commune about 17 miles northwest of Paris. The painting was done directly on canvas without preliminary drawing and it may have been completed in a single session.
This art themed puzzle is based on the 1886 oil painting "In Brittany" ("En Bretagne") by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts two women and a toddler enjoying a sunny day the garden. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. Renoir's paintings are notable for their vibrant light and saturated color, most often focusing on people in intimate and candid compositions. The female nude was one of his primary subjects. A prolific artist, he created several thousand paintings. . The single largest collection of his works - 181 paintings - is at the Barnes Foundation, in Philadelphia.
In today's puzzle we feature a barnyard during winter. The image is based on a painting from 1800s by Horatio Shaw. The painting features a red barn covered in snow, with a flock of sheep and some chickens gathered in front of it. A farmer is also depicted carrying a bundle of hay to feed the animals. The painting captures the quiet stillness and natural beauty of a winter day on the farm, while also conveying the hard work and perseverance required to tend to the animals during the harsh winter months. The painting's composition and use of colors create a peaceful and nostalgic atmosphere, inviting the viewer to appreciate the simplicity and beauty of rural life.
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