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. // Image Credit: Albert Bierstadt, 1876-1877, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
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.
Based on painting by Ferdinand von Wright, today's puzzle depicts the serene beauty of a tranquil winter evening. The focal point of the painting is a wooden cabin, nestled amidst a pristine blanket of snow. The cabin's roof and the surrounding ground glisten with a fresh layer of snow, creating a sense of stillness. A solitary figure is depicted walking towards the cabin, adding a touch of human presence to the otherwise solitary landscape. To the right of the cabin, bare trees with intricate branches stand proudly against the soft, wintry backdrop. A traditional wooden fence, partially buried under the accumulated snow, encloses the property. The subtle details of the fence and the layering of snow contribute to the overall sense of tranquility and encapsulate the stillness of winter. In the distance, a horse-drawn sleigh approaches from amidst a pine tree forest covered in snow. The sight of this moving scene adds dynamic energy to the composition.
The beautiful pergola surrounded by orange trees featured in today's puzzle was painted by Thomas Fearnley in oil on paper mounted on canvas in c. 1834. If you didn't know, a pergola is an outdoor garden feature forming a shaded walkway or sitting area of vertical posts or pillars. As a type of gazebo, it may also be an extension of a building or serve as protection for an open terrace or a link between pavilions.
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.
Solve today's puzzle and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of nature. The puzzle is based on a beautiful painting that captures a serene and picturesque scene of ducks by a calm lake, surrounded by lush greenery and trees. Pick a difficulty level, challenge yourself to reconstruct the puzzle and discover the subtle nuances of the painting, from the gentle ripples on the water to the play of light and shadows on the ducks' plumage. Have fun!
Today's fun puzzle is based on a painting by Ferdinand von Wright, a Finnish-Swedish artist renowned for his mastery in portraying intricate renditions of birds. The painting masterfully portrays a tranquil winter scene, featuring a group of gray partridges meticulously depicted amidst the serene landscape. Gray partridges, scientifically known as Perdix perdix, are ground-nesting birds native to Europe and Asia. Typically found in open landscapes, they inhabit a variety of environments, including farmlands, grasslands, and scrubby areas. Their plumage, depicted with exquisite detail in the painting, serves not only as a visual spectacle but also as an adaptation for survival in their natural surroundings.
Today's puzzle features a stunning and serene painting by Jean-Charles Cazin, depicting a peaceful scene at a boatyard. "The Boatyard" is a beautiful example of Cazin's skill in capturing the essence of everyday life. The painting depicts a tranquil scene at a boatyard, with several boats moored along the shore and workers going about their tasks. With intricate details and beautiful colors, this puzzle is sure to provide a relaxing and enjoyable challenge for puzzle enthusiasts and art lovers alike.
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 1756 painting by Christian Georg Schutz called "A Market on the Römerberg in Frankfurt", today's puzzle captures a vibrant and bustling scene of a lively market day in the historic Römerberg square in Frankfurt, Germany. In the foreground, the square is filled with market stalls and vendors. Shoppers, merchants, and townsfolk bustle about, creating a sense of liveliness. In the background, the architectural beauty of the Römerberg square is nothing short of a masterpiece. Surrounding the square, half-timbered buildings of the era, each with its own unique charm, form a captivating architectural panorama. Their steeply pitched roofs, and intricate wooden framework are a testament to the 18th-century craftsmanship. So what are you waiting for? Click start and start reconstructing this beautiful piece of art. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Martin Johnson Heade. The American artist was fascinated with hummingbirds and painted them in several of his works. The particular species of the hummingbird represented in this painting is the black-eared fairy. It lives in the same area of the Amazon basin where the passionflower grows.
Today's puzzle is based on John Constable's oil on canvas painting called Wivenhoe Park, Essex. In the painting Constable depicts a beautiful English landscape park (style of "landscape" garden which emerged in England in the early 18th century), the estate of the Rebow family. Constable was commissioned by Major-General Francis Slater-Rebow to paint his country home, Wivenhoe Park, Essex in 1816. Born in Suffolk, John Constable s known principally for revolutionizing the genre of landscape painting.
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