This new art themed puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by Jules Dupre. The painting depicts a family in their horse-drawn cart trying to navigate a muddy country road.Image Source /Credit: Jules Dupre, 1856, The Art Institute of Chicago
Today we're going back in time and visiting the Third Avenue Railroad Company’s depot. The impressive brick building was located on Third Avenue between 65th and 66th Streets in New York City. It was completed in 1857. The puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by William H. Schenck ( the company’s superintendent between 1856 and 1864).
This new puzzle is based on the "In a Roman Osteria" painting by the Danish painter Carl Bloch. This painting was inspired by a similar painting by his teacher, Wilhelm Marstrand (1810-1873); specifically his beautiful "Italian Osteria Scene" from 1848. The painting was commissioned by the merchant Moritz G. Melchior and it was painted in 1866. Moritz is included in the background of the painting. The man in the white shirt looking around at the viewer is Bloch himself.
Today's new puzzle is base on Thomas Cole's 1830 painting with the same name. The romanticized, autumnal scene depicted in this beautiful panting has two Native American figures at it's center and the impressive Niagara Falls in the background. If you didn't know, Thomas Cole (February 1, 1801 - February 11, 1848) was an Anglo-American painter known for his landscape and history paintings.
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.
Today's puzzle is based on painting by John F. Francis. It is a portrait of his daughter holding her kitten, Next to the little girl and her cute pet the artist has included decorative props such as a saw hat with scarf. Put the pieces back together, complete this fun puzzle and see this charming portrait. Have fun!
Immerse yourself in the world of baroque still life as you piece together this delightful and intricately detailed artwork (till Life with a Basket of Fruit and a Bunch of Asparagus" by the renowned artist Louise Moillon). The centerpiece of the composition is a rustic wicker basket overflowing with a vibrant assortment of luscious fruits. Ripe peaches, plump grapes and succulent cherries beckon you to savor their delicious flavors. Adjacent to the basket, a radiant bunch of asparagus lies elegantly on a table, its slender spears contrasting beautifully with the richly colored fruits. Have fun!
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 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.
The painting that this puzzle is based on, "Still Life: Vase with Pink Roses", was made in 1890 by Vincent van Gogh shortly before his release from the Saint-Rémy asylum. This and the similarly-dated Pink Roses reflect the optimism Van Gogh felt at that time about his future. The painting is one of several Van Gogh examples of overabundance in still life, filling the picture plane with the vase and overflowing flowers.
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