"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. // Image Credit: Maurice Prendergast, 1915-1918, Smithsonian American Art Museum
Today's puzzle is based on Camille Pissarro's 1867 painting "Jalais Hill, Pontoise". The painting depicts view of Pontoise, a commune in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, France. This painting is the one that helped establish the Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter's reputation as on of the most original and ingenious painters of the rural French landscape.
Today we're going back in time and visiting Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, France in 1862. This puzzle is based on a watercolor on paper painting by Miner Kilbourne Kellogg, an American painter, art historian and art collector. It depicts a view of Puits Sale street in Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, France. Pick your difficulty level, press start and give it a try!
This new puzzle is based on an 1881 oil-on-canvas painting by French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir called the "Two Sisters" or "On the Terrace". The painting depicts a young woman and her younger sister seated outdoors with a small basket containing balls of wool. Renoir worked on the painting on the terrace of the Maison Fournaise, a restaurant located on an island in the Seine in Chatou, the western suburb of Paris.
Today's colorful and fun puzzles is based on a painting by August Macke. The German Expressionist painter frequently drew inspiration from his immediate environment, often featuring subjects from his everyday life. In this vibrant artwork, the artist depicts his firstborn son's (Walter) toys: a collection of plush animals, various balls, and a Russian nesting doll meticulously arranged by the artist upon a green tablecloth. Pick your difficulty level, start putting the pieces back together and see little Walter's toys just as they were over a hundred years ago. Have fun!
Today's colorful puzzle is based on a painting by Eugenie Bandell. The colorful painting portrays the interplay of summer light and shadow in front of "Wilhelmsbad"(bath) in Hanau near Frankfurt by employing a rhythmic arrangement of vibrant brushstrokes. Pick your difficulty level, connect the pieces and reconstruct this beautiful piece of art. Have fun!
Experience the rustic charm of the countryside with our online jigsaw puzzle featuring "Harvest" by John Frederick Herring. This delightful artwork captures the essence of a bountiful harvest season, showcasing a picturesque landscape filled with vibrant autumnal colors. As you piece together this captivating scene, immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance of a rural setting, where hardworking farmers gather their crops amidst golden fields and rolling hills. With its intricate details and soothing imagery, this online jigsaw puzzle offers a relaxing and engaging challenge for puzzle enthusiasts of all ages. Rediscover the beauty of nature and the joy of puzzling with "Harvest" by John Frederick Herring. Have fun!
Today's new puzzle is based on "The Young Anglers" by the talented British artist, Edmund Bristow. This delightful artwork captures a serene moment in the countryside during the Victorian era. The painting depicts two young boys are fishing along a picturesque riverbank. Accompanying them on their adventure is a faithful and ever-loyal canine companion. Embark on this virtual journey through time, where art and puzzle-solving unite to create an enchanting experience. Take a pause from the modern world and relish in the tranquility of "The Young Anglers" by Edmund Bristow.
This beautiful puzzle is based on "Suopeltovuori in Haminalahti", a painting by Magnus von Wright, a Finnish painter from the 19th century. In this painting, the artist depicts a sun-drenched cliff as the focal point, embraced by a vibrant landscape. To the left, a robust tree with lush foliage reaches skyward. Moss-coated rocks and boulders dot the foreground, while the ground is adorned with grass and delicate plants. The partly cloudy sky adds a dynamic touch, casting a play of light and shadow across the landscape.
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 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.
Based on a painting by Jan Steen (Dutch, 1625/1626 - 1679), today's puzzle depicts a couple dancing while two young musicians play their instruments at a festive village celebration. In the scene you can see other people eating, drinking and enjoying the party while the couple dances. The grinning figure on the left of the scene, the one who caresses the chin of the woman drinking from an elegant wine glass, is none other than Steen himself.
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