Rue du Puits Sale, St. Valery Jigsaw Puzzle

Rue du Puits Sale, St. Valery
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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 Credit: Miner Kilbourne Kellogg, 1862, Smithsonian American Art Museum

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