This new and colorful jigsaw puzzle is based on Paul Gauguin's stunning masterpiece of post-impressionist art called "Landscape at Le Pouldu". The painting depicts the coastal landscape of Le Pouldu in Brittany, France. Gauguin's use of bold colors and thick brushstrokes brings this landscape to life, making it a perfect subject for a jigsaw puzzle. As you progress through the puzzle, you'll get to appreciate the intricate details and vibrant colors of "Landscape at Le Pouldu". You'll feel a sense of satisfaction as the pieces start to fit together, revealing more of the stunning artwork. Have fun!Image Source /Credit: Paul Gauguin, 1890, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Grab a piece of cake, your trusty mouse and solve today's new puzzle. The puzzle is based on a oil on wood painting by Raphaelle Peale(considered the first professional American painter of still-life). The painting feature a cake sliced into four pieces, some grapes and a glass of wine on a table. Click start and give it a try!
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 Enoch Wood Perry's 1876 painting with the same name. The painting depicts a young woman sitting by a window darning. If you didn't know, darning is a sewing technique for repairing holes or worn areas in fabric or knitting. The painting is called A Month's Daring because, in the original painting (not visible in this puzzle), by her side she has a basket full of clothes and socks that need fixing.
This puzzle is based on the painting with the same name by the French impressionist painter Claude Monet. Monet spent the summer of 1867 at the resort town of Sainte-Adresse on the English Channel, near Le Havre (France). It was there, in a garden with a view of Honfleur on the horizon, that he painted this picture. The models were probably Monet's father, Adolphe, in the foreground, Monet's cousin's wife Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre at the fence; Adolphe, her father; and perhaps, Sophie, her sister, the woman seated with her back to the viewer. The painting is now in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This new puzzle is based on "Basket of Pears and Crabapples", an oil painting created by American artist John F. Francis in the 19th century. The painting is a still life depiction of a basket filled with ripe pears and crabapples arranged on a table against a neutral background. The composition of the painting is simple and straightforward, with the basket and fruit taking up most of the canvas. However, Francis's use of light and shadow adds depth and dimension to the painting, creating a sense of realism and presence that draws the viewer in.
This fun and colorful puzzle is based on "Street Scene in Windy and Rainy Weather" - a painting by Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. Eckersberg. The scene is likely set in Copenhagen, Denmark, where Eckersberg lived and worked. The focus of the painting is a bustling street corner on a rainy and windy day. In the center of the painting we can see three people going about their day while trying to escape the bad weather. On the left a woman wearing a red dress and caring a basket is returning home from the market, in the center another woman with an umbrella is trying to get to her destination while going against the wind and finally a man caring a white sack is slowly making his way home. The entire background is taken up by a brown brick wall.
This puzzle is based on Vincent van Gogh's painting called "First Steps, after Millet". While a patient at the asylum in Saint-Remy, Van Gogh painted twenty-one copies after Millet, an artist he greatly admired. The painting depicts a fenced-in garden behind a house and two parents encouraging their child to walk for the first time.
Today's beautiful puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by Jan van Ravenswaay - a 19th-century landscape painter from the Northern Netherlands. The painting depicts animals grazing and resting on a grassy meadow. You can see a couple of horses in one corner, a young shepherd boy resting with his goats and cows in the foreground and event some cute ducks swimming in a small pond in the bottom right corner.
Today we're going back in time and visiting the Third Avenue Railroad Company’s depot. The impressive brick building was located on Third Avenue between 65th and 66th Streets in New York City. It was completed in 1857. The puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by William H. Schenck ( the company’s superintendent between 1856 and 1864).
Immerse yourself in the rich history of Braubach with this captivating jigsaw puzzle featuring "View of Braubach" by Ernst Damitz. Transporting you back to the enchanting landscapes of the 1800s, this masterpiece showcases the quaint town of Braubach in all its picturesque glory. As you piece together the puzzle, you'll witness the meticulous attention to detail, from the charming half-timbered houses to the majestic medieval fortress, Marksburg Castle, perched atop the hills. Rediscover the beauty and tranquility of this German town as you embark on a puzzle-solving journey like no other. Have fun!
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