Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Jean Simeon Chardin. In the painting Chardin depicts two young boys on a window sill. The older one blows a soap bubble out the window while the younger one sits by his side and watches.Image Source /Credit: Jean Simeon Chardin (1733/1734), Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington (1942.5.1)
Today's puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by Hendrik Voogd (a Dutch painter and printmaker, who was active in Italy). In this beautiful painting, Voogd depicted the gardens of the Villa Borghese in Rome in the late afternoon. You can see the setting sun behind the impressive umbrella pines in the background, and some people enjoying their afternoon in the foreground of the painting.
Today's puzzle is based on a oil on wood painting by Adrianus Eversen (painter) Dutch, 1818 - 1897. The artist is known for portraying the typical 19th century Dutch atmosphere in his work. In this painting he depicted a small street in Amsterdam. Curious to see how a street in Amsterdam looked back then? Click start, put the pieces back together and take a look.
Today's puzzle base on "Italian Landscape", an oil painting by Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, a Dutch painter who lived from 1803 to 1862. The painting transports viewers to a serene Italian setting, capturing the essence of the picturesque countryside. The painting showcases a captivating scene featuring a mountain path meandering through the landscape. Underneath the sheltering embrace of trees, a shepherd and a man on horseback engage in conversation, adding a touch of human presence amidst the vastness of nature. In the distance, majestic mountain peaks and a castle provide a sense of grandeur and historical context.
This mesmerizing artwork transports you to the banks of the Rhone River, where a majestic castle proudly stands against the backdrop of a serene landscape. As you assemble the puzzle, piece by piece, you'll unravel the intricacies of the castle's design, marvel at the lush greenery that surrounds it, and appreciate the gentle flow of the Rhone River. With each fitting piece, you'll uncover hidden gems within the artwork, immersing yourself in the beauty and charm of this stunning scene. Have fun!
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).
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.
Solve today's puzzle and go back in time to a fruit and vegetable market in the 1600s. Based on a painting by the Flemish painter Jan van Kessel the Elder, the image featured in this game depicts a market scene set in the heart of a vibrant 17th-century European town. The canvas is filled with an array of colorful fruits and vegetables, all meticulously detailed, showcasing van Kessel's mastery of still-life composition. On the right side of the picture the young woman selling the fruit and vegetables is depicted talking to a customer. Among the variety of fruits and vegetable, Kessel has also added a variety of exotic birds and animals. Put the pieces back together and see how many birds and animals can you spot? Have fun!
This fun and challenging puzzle is based on a painting called "Child with Toys" by Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts the artist's son, Jean playing with his nanny Gabrielle. Gabrielle Renard became an important member of the family of the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, first becoming their nanny, and subsequently a frequent model for the artist. She developed a strong bond with the Renoirs' second son, the future filmmaker Jean Renoir (the child in this painting), lasted throughout their lives.
"New England Coastal Village" is a captivating painting by American artist Maurice Prendergast, known for his vibrant and post-impressionistic style. Created around the early 20th century, this artwork showcases Prendergast's exceptional ability to capture the charm and idyllic beauty of a coastal village in New England. The scene depicts a quaint seaside settlement, nestled between rolling hills and the sparkling sea. Prendergast masterfully employs a kaleidoscope of bright and vivid colors, enhancing the sense of vitality and joy in the scene. The village exudes a serene ambiance, with its charming cottages, wooden piers, and sailboats dotting the calm waters. Prendergast's distinctive brushwork adds a touch of whimsy to the composition, emphasizing the relaxed atmosphere and leisurely pace of coastal life. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and relax.
The artwork featured in this puzzle depicts a majestic mountain peak in the Sierra Nevada range, surrounded by a lake, a stream, trees, and clouds. The painting was completed in 1876-1877 and named after William Wilson Corcoran, an American banker and philanthropist who founded the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
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