Today's puzzle is based on a painting by the French impressionist artist Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts a brightly colored scene on the banks of the river the Seine near the town of Chatou, a popular spot for boating and leisure activities in the late 19th century. In the foreground we can see a woman and three men, one in a canoe. In the background the river Seine, some other small boats and the a few houses on the other side of the river.Image Source /Credit: Auguste Renoir, 1879, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
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.
Today's puzzle is based on Frank Blackwell Mayer's 1858 oil on paperboard painting called Independence (Squire Jack Porter). The painting depicts Jack Porter, a veteran of the War of 1812. "Squire Jack" was a self-sufficient landholder and businessman and embodied the independent spirit that had become an American ideal in the 1850s.
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 puzzle is based on Camille Pissaro's 1872 impressionist oil on canvas painting "Still Life with Apples and Pitcher". Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter born on the island of St Thomas. He is the only artist to have shown his work at all eight Paris Impressionist exhibitions, from 1874 to 1886.
This new puzzle is based on Paul Cezanne 1893 painting "The Basket of Apples". This painting contains one of Cezanne's signature tilted tables, an impossible rectangle with no right angles. On the table you can see a basket of apples, a bottle of wine, a folded tablecloth and a plate of cookies. The painting is particularly remarkable for its creative composition, which rejected realistic representation in favor of distorting objects to create multiple perspectives.
Today we're going back to the 1890s and visiting the Bruton Church in the restored area of Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia. This puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by Alfred Wordsworth Thompson and it depicts the Bruton Parish Church. The church was constructed between 1711 and 1715. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970 as a well-preserved early example of colonial religious architecture.
This new puzzle is based on Pieter Bruegel the Elder's oil-on-panel painting "The Peasant Dance". The lively peasant scene provides the viewer with a glimpse of social history, but it is likely that Bruegel intended this painting to have a moral sense rather than simply being an affectionate portrayal of peasant life. The panel, neither signed nor dated, was painted circa 1567, at about the same time as "The Peasant Wedding".
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.
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.
This new puzzle is based on Pissaro's 1893 painting, "A Washerwoman at Eragny". The washerwoman in Pissarro's painting is hard at work, scrubbing clothing in one barrel and rinsing them out in another. Before the invention of electricity and washing machines this is the way most people used to clean their clothes. It was hard work and it took a lot more time than today. If you didn't already know, a washerwoman or laundress is a woman who takes in laundry. These terms are now old-fashioned.
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!
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