In today's new puzzle we're going back in time and visiting Sitka, Alaska in 1900. This puzzle is based on a oil on canvas, mounted on paperboard by Theodore J. Richardson and it depicts the old quarter of Sitka, a unified city-borough in the southeast portion of the U.S. state of Alaska. The landscape was painted in 1900.Image Source /Credit: Theodore J. Richardson, 1900, Smithsonian American Art Museum
Another beautiful art inspired puzzle is here. This new one is called "Still Life with Figs and Bread" and is based on a painting by the Spanish painter Luis Melendez. The image depicts a freshly backed loaf of bread, a plate full of figs, small wooden bared, a bottle and a knife sitting on a table.
This beautiful and challenging puzzle is based on a painting by the Venetian painter Giambattista Cimaroli. It depicts view of life on the Brenta near the town of Dolo, a short distance from Venice. The Brenta is a river that runs from Trentino to the Adriatic Sea just south of the Venetian lagoon. It runs through Stra, Fiesso d'Artico, Dolo, Mira, Oriago and Malcontenta to Fusina.
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's puzzle is based on George Benjamin Luks 1912 oil on canvas painting - "Holiday on the Hudson". It depicts people on holiday going for a boat ride on the Hudson on a sunny Summer day. Luks is best-known for his paintings that reflect the life of people living in the Manhattan's Lower East Side at that time.
Today we're going back to the 1890s and visiting the Bruton Church in the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia. This puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by Alfred Wordsworth Thompson and it depicts the Bruton Parish Church. The church was constructed between 1711 and 1715. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970 as a well-preserved early example of colonial religious architecture.
Discover the captivating beauty of "Landscape with Fruits and Vegetables in the foreground" by Abraham Bloemaert with this fun and challenging online jigsaw puzzle. Immerse yourself in a serene landscape where an abundance of nature's bounties takes center stage. The foreground showcases a delightful variety of pumpkins, cabbages, and artichokes flourishing beneath the shade of a gnarled tree. As you assemble the puzzle pieces, you'll spot a man resting beneath a neighboring tree, perfectly capturing the harmony between humanity and the natural world. In the distance, a picturesque farm adds a touch of rustic charm to the scene. Get ready to engage your mind, relax, and appreciate the intricate details of this timeless artwork as you piece together a stunning masterpiece in the comfort of your own space. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Claude Monet. In 1899, the artist painted 12 works from a single vantage point, focusing on an arching blue-green Japanese footbridge and the landscape around it. Monet designed and built the landscape that appears in the painting on his property in the rural community of Giverny where he moved in 1883.
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.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Camille Pissarro. It depicts a pitcher, a glass of wine, some apples and knife on a table. Pissarro painted few still lifes, most late in his career and this is one of them. The other comparable work by the author uses the same setting, it's the same size and it features the same floral wallpaper in the background.
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