Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Auguste Renoir. It depicts madame Georges Charpentier and her children, Georgette-Berthe and Paul-Emile-Charles in the Japanese-style sitting room of her Parisian townhouse.Image Source /Credit: Auguste Renoir, 1878, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (07.122)
"New England Coastal Village" is a captivating painting by American artist Maurice Prendergast, known for his vibrant and post-impressionistic style. Created around the early 20th century, this artwork showcases Prendergast's exceptional ability to capture the charm and idyllic beauty of a coastal village in New England. The scene depicts a quaint seaside settlement, nestled between rolling hills and the sparkling sea. Prendergast masterfully employs a kaleidoscope of bright and vivid colors, enhancing the sense of vitality and joy in the scene. The village exudes a serene ambiance, with its charming cottages, wooden piers, and sailboats dotting the calm waters. Prendergast's distinctive brushwork adds a touch of whimsy to the composition, emphasizing the relaxed atmosphere and leisurely pace of coastal life. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and relax.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by the French artist Claude Monet called On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt. The painting depicts Claude Monet’s future wife, Camille Doncieux, sitting on an island in the Seine River next tot the town of Bennecourt. It is believed that she and Monet rowed to the island on one of their walks during a brief period that the couple spent in Bennecourt, near Paris.
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.
The scene depicted in today's puzzle is probably located on one of the pasturelands of the Pyrenees where Rosa Bonheur, the author of the painting that this puzzles is based on, took a trip there in 1850. The painting depicts some calves separated from their mother in an improvised pen. If you didn't know, weaning is the process of gradually introducing an young animal or human to what will be its adult diet while withdrawing the supply of its mother's milk. The process takes place only in mammals, the only as they are the only animals that produce milk.
The official portrait of George Washington, that this puzzle is based on, was painted in 1779 Charles Willson Peale to commemorate the victories of the Continental army at Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey. This battle took place during the American Revolutionary War, near Princeton, New Jersey on January 3, 1777. American historians often consider the Battle of Princeton a great victory because of the subsequent loss of control of most of New Jersey by the Crown forces. The Continental Army was led General George Washington.
Today's puzzle is based on a 1772 painting by Luis Melendez ( the greatest Spanish still-life painter of the 18th century). The painting features a picnic basket, some loaves of freshly baked bread, grapes, some peaches, a melon, some juicy pears, a bottle of wine and some other food containers and plates - everything you need for an afternoon meal in a breathtaking natural landscape.
Today's puzzle based on the beautiful still-life painting "Wild Strawberries and a Carnation in a Wan-Li Bowl" by Jacob van Hulsdonck. This 17th-century masterpiece showcases a luxurious arrangement of fresh strawberries and a vibrant carnation sitting in a delicate blue and white Wan-Li bowl, carefully placed on a table. The painting is an exquisite representation of the Dutch Golden Age's fascination with still-life paintings and their ability to capture the beauty of everyday objects. As you complete the puzzle, you'll be able to appreciate the intricate details of the painting, including the texture of the strawberries, the delicate petals of the carnation, and the subtle shadows and highlights throughout the composition. So grab a cup of tea, put on some soothing music, and get ready to immerse yourself in the world of art and puzzle-solving! Have fun!
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's art themed puzzle is based on the 1866 "Still Life with Flowers and Fruit" painting by Henri Fantin-Latour. The painting is one of four still lifes commissioned from the artist by Michael Spartali (a Greek businessman and diplomat). In addition to his realistic paintings, like the one in this puzzle, Fantin-Latour created imaginative lithographs inspired by the music of some of the great classical composers.
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