This new jigsaw puzzle is based on a captivating artwork by Andrew W. Warren. It depicts a charming rural homestead in Long Island in the 1800s. The painting showcases the idyllic daily life of the homestead, with a farmhouse, a barn, vegetable and flower gardens, and livestock grazing in the surrounding hills. The painting also captures several figures relaxing on the porch and two women working in the wheat fields. The artwork is a poignant reminder of the self-sufficient way of life that was prevalent in rural areas before the advent of modernization. Warren's skillful execution and attention to detail make this artwork a timeless and inspiring piece of art.Image Credit: Andrew W. Warren, 1859, Smithsonian American Art Museum
This new beautiful puzzle is based on a painting by Claude Monet with the same name. He painted this beautiful masterpiece in 1864. The painting features some beautiful Spring flowers (peonies, hydrangeas, lilacs and some geraniums). Monet loved flowers and is quoted as saying, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."
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.
Base on an painting by Viggo Pedersen, today's puzzle captures a heartwarming and intimate moment in the artist's life. The painting depicts the artist's wife and child playing together in the living room on a sunny day. The warm rays of the sun streaming in through the window not only illuminate the scene but also symbolize a sense of comfort, happiness, and the simple joys of family life. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and relax with this beautiful piece of art.
Today's puzzle is based on Winslow Homer's Snap the Whip 1872 oil painting. The painting depicts a group o playing crack(snap) the whip. If you didn't know, crack the whip is a simple outdoor children's game played in small groups, either on grass or ice, usually grass. Homer spent several summers in New York's Hudson Valley, and is said to have been inspired to paint this scene by local boys playing at the Hurley schoolhouse.
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.
This new puzzle is based on a painting from 1866 by Winslow Homer and it depicts three women and one man play croquet. If you didn't already know, croquet is a sport that involves hitting wooden or plastic balls with a mallet through hoops. There are several variations of croquet, differing in the scoring systems, order of shots, and layout. Croquet is played on a grass court.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece "Shoes" with today's puzzle. As you enter the virtual puzzle room, you'll be greeted by a beautifully rendered digital recreation of "Shoes" . The painting showcases a pair of weathered, worn-out shoes resting on a wooden surface, telling a story of the artist's deep connection to the everyday objects that surround us. Whether you're a seasoned puzzler or a van Gogh enthusiast, our online jigsaw puzzle featuring "Shoes" by Vincent van Gogh is sure to captivate and inspire you. Immerse yourself in the world of art and indulge in the joy of solving puzzles, all from the comfort of your own device. Get ready to embark on a creative journey through time and unveil the beauty of one of van Gogh's most iconic works.
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.
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.
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.
The artwork featured in this puzzle depicts a majestic mountain peak in the Sierra Nevada range, surrounded by a lake, a stream, trees, and clouds. The painting was completed in 1876-1877 and named after William Wilson Corcoran, an American banker and philanthropist who founded the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Another art themed puzzle is here. This new one is based on Pierre-Auguste Renoir's 1879 painting called "Pêcheuses de moules à Berneval, côte normand" (Mussel-Fishers at Berneval). Renoir painted this idyllic scene of a family gathering mussels during an 1879 visit to the Normandy coast. Marine mussels are abundant in the low and mid intertidal zone in temperate seas globally. People have used mussels as food for thousands of years. There are about 17 edible species of mussels that live in saltwater or freshwater habitats.
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