Pergola with Oranges Jigsaw Puzzle

Pergola with Oranges
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About Pergola with Oranges:

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. // Image Credit: Thomas Fearnley, c. 1834, The Art Institute of Chicago

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