Red School House Jigsaw Puzzle

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At the heart of today's puzzle stands a one-room schoolhouse, its red exterior radiating warmth against the pristine, snow-covered canvas of the landscape. The roof, adorned with a blanket of snow, becomes a tranquil shelter that defies the harshness of winter, a testament to the resilience of rural life. Surrounding the schoolhouse, snow-laden trees create a harmonious backdrop, their branches embracing the serene scene. A quaint fence outlines the boundaries, blending seamlessly with the natural tapestry. In front of the school children play in the snow. In the foreground, a horse-drawn sleigh takes center stage. The background features a snowy mountain and a cloudy sky, contributing to the overall tranquility and charm of the scene. The image captures the essence of a bygone winter day in a rural setting. // Image Credit: George Henry Durrie, 1858, Metropolitan Museum of Art

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