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!Image Source /Credit: Miner Kilbourne Kellogg, 1862, Smithsonian American Art Museum
Today's puzzle is based on a beautiful still life painting by Henri Fantin-Latour. In this painting, Fantin-Latour skillfully arranges the objects to create a balanced and visually engaging scene. The fruit basket is filled with an assortment of fruits, such as apples, grapes, and pears. The artist meticulously renders the textures and colors of the fruits, bringing them to life with vibrant hues and intricate detailing. In the center of the painting, a bouquet of flowers adds a touch of natural beauty and elegance to the composition. Lastly, a book rests near the tea cup, providing an additional element of interest to the composition. The book, with its pages slightly opened, indicates the presence of intellectual or leisurely pursuits and adds a sense of depth and narrative to the painting.
This new puzzle is based on Jan Brueghel the Elder 1610 oil on panel painting "Wooded Landscape with Travelers". Jan Brueghel the Elder was a Flemish painter and draughtsman. He worked in many genres including history paintings, landscapes and seascapes, hunting pieces, village scenes, allegorical and mythological scenes, battle scenes and more. Wooded Landscape with Travelers depicts a rustic scene in the Flemish countryside. Farmers and their animals are depicted traveling to and from a city in the distance.
Another art inspired puzzle is here. In this new one we feature "The Poor Poet" - the best known and most popular painting by German painter Carl Spitzweg. The painting was made in 1839 and had three versions. The alleged first version is privately owned and used to be on loan to the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg. The best known version is now in the Neue Pinakothek, Munich (the one featured in this puzzle). Another version was held in the National Gallery, Berlin. The one featured in this puzzle depicts a poet in his poor attic room. Spitzweg possibly borrowed his title from the drama by August von Kotzebue, The Poor Poet (1812).
This beautiful and fun puzzle is based on an oil on panel painting from 1816 by Abraham van Strij. It depicts a mother and her daughter buying some fresh cherries from a woman selling them door to door. In this beautiful scene of life in the 1800s you can also see the entrance to the house, some house in the background, the family's pets(a small dog and cat) and some other small details.
Today's puzzle is based on "View of Florence", a painting by American artist Thomas Cole. The painting was completed in 1837 and it depicts a panoramic view of the city of Florence, Italy, with the Arno River flowing through the foreground and the city's iconic red-tiled rooftops and the famous Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio in the background. The painting is notable for its highly detailed and realistic depiction of the cityscape, as well as its use of light and color to create a sense of atmosphere and depth. Cole, who is best known for his landscape paintings of the American wilderness, created this painting while on a trip to Europe, where he was inspired by the rich history and culture of Italy.
This new puzzle is based on a painting by Paul Cezanne. It depicts an old abandoned house with cracked walls. The French artist and Post-Impressionist painter often painted abandoned houses and other sites near his studio outside Aix. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and see the house with cracked walls in Cezanne painting. Have fun!
This puzzle is based on a mezzotint printed in colors by Robert John Thornton featuring a bunch of roses within which two thrushes are nesting, in the background a temple with a statue. If you didn't know, mezzotint is a printmaking process of the intaglio family, technically a drypoint method. This technique can achieve a high level of quality and richness in the print.
In today's new puzzle we're going back in time and visiting Sitka, Alaska in 1900. This puzzle is based on a oil on canvas, mounted on paperboard by Theodore J. Richardson and it depicts the old quarter of Sitka, a unified city-borough in the southeast portion of the U.S. state of Alaska. The landscape was painted in 1900.
This new art themed puzzle is base on Vincent van Gogh's 1887 oil on canvas painting called Fishing in Spring, the Pont de Clichy (Asnières). The setting of this work is the Seine River at the Pont de Clichy, near Asnières. The Seine has been an integral part of Parisian life for centuries for commerce, travel and entertainment and it has been the subject and location of the paintings that Vincent van Gogh made in 1887. Longing for tranquil settings, van Gogh began to paint beyond the city fortifications and along the banks of the Seine, in Asnières and the island of Grand Jatte. He experimented with a lighter, more colorful palette than used in his early Dutch paintings or Montmartre series.
The Isles of Shoals are a group of small islands are situated approximately 6 miles (10 km) off the New Hampshire coast in the United States. The author of the painting this puzzle is based on, Childe Hassam, was a regular visitor of the islands. The view featured in this painting, centered on an outcropping called Babb's Rock, was one of Hassam's favorite places on the islands. He painted this area many times.
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