Today's puzzle is based on a still life painting by Jean Simeon Chardin. As you might have guessed from the title, the painting depicts some fruit (peaches and plumbs), a jug and a glass of water. Click start and give it a try. Have fun! // Image Credit: Jean Simeon Chardin, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Today's puzzle base on "Italian Landscape", an oil painting by Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, a Dutch painter who lived from 1803 to 1862. The painting transports viewers to a serene Italian setting, capturing the essence of the picturesque countryside. The painting showcases a captivating scene featuring a mountain path meandering through the landscape. Underneath the sheltering embrace of trees, a shepherd and a man on horseback engage in conversation, adding a touch of human presence amidst the vastness of nature. In the distance, majestic mountain peaks and a castle provide a sense of grandeur and historical context.
Today's colorful puzzle is based on a painting by Eugenie Bandell. The colorful painting portrays the interplay of summer light and shadow in front of "Wilhelmsbad"(bath) in Hanau near Frankfurt by employing a rhythmic arrangement of vibrant brushstrokes. Pick your difficulty level, connect the pieces and reconstruct this beautiful piece of art. Have fun!
In this fun puzzle, based on painting by Magnus von Wright, we feature two Bohemian Waxwings gracefully on the delicate branches of a rowan tree. The painting depicts two birds with detailed and realistic features, showcasing the artist’s skill in capturing the intricacies of their appearance. One bird is prominently displayed in the foreground, with its body turned slightly to showcase its colorful feathers. The second bird is positioned behind the first one picking and eating the berries of the tree. The rowan tree's berries are a favorite food for many birds and are a traditional wild-collected food in Scandinavia and Britain.
This beautiful puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by one of the greatest painters of the Dutch Golden Age, Gerrit van Honthorst (1592–1656) The painting was first mentioned in a 1632 inventory of one of the Prince of Orange’s palaces in The Hague. The painting depicts musicians playing their instruments at concert while following the instruction of their bandleader. The underling political message was that, like in music, in society harmony can be achieved when the guidance of the leader is followed.
Today's puzzle is based on a oil on canvas by Meindert Hobbema. The painting depicts a wooded landscape on a sunny summer day. The hot rays of the summer sun manage to break through the billowing white clouds, but the people featured in the painting (the ones of the road and path and the person fishing) are kept cool thanks to the shade provided by the dense foliage of the forest.
In this new puzzle we feature three cute piggies. The puzzle image is based on "The Prize Piggies"(Christmas and New Year card) (1891) by L. Prang & Co. The original picture it depicts five small pigs in a pigsty looking out of a framed barn window. The picture was first exhibited in "Chromo-Mania! The Art of Chromolithography in Boston, 1840-1910.". The Prize Piggies was said to be the most popular picture of 1891.
Based on a painting by William Rickarby Miller, called "Study of Apples from Nature", today's puzzle features three vibrant apples on a table. Set against a dark brown background, the colors of the apples and leaves stand out, creating a visually striking contrast. The artist's meticulous attention to detail captures the texture of the apples' skin and the delicacy of the leaves, makes this a fun and challenging jigsaw puzzle. Have fun!
Put the pieces back together and see how the mountainous landscape near Dusseldorf looked in the 1790s. The image featured in this puzzle is based on an oil on panel painting by Gerard van Nijmegen (a Dutch Old Masters artist). The painting depicts a mountainous landscape with ruins, a small waterfall and ox-wagon going over an old wooden bridge.
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.
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