Today's puzzle is based on Frank Blackwell Mayer's 1858 oil on paperboard painting called Independence (Squire Jack Porter). The painting depicts Jack Porter, a veteran of the War of 1812. "Squire Jack" was a self-sufficient landholder and businessman and embodied the independent spirit that had become an American ideal in the 1850s.Image Source /Credit: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Bequest of Harriet Lane Johnston
"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.
This new beautiful puzzle is based on a painting by Claude Monet with the same name. He painted this beautiful masterpiece in 1864. The painting features some beautiful Spring flowers (peonies, hydrangeas, lilacs and some geraniums). Monet loved flowers and is quoted as saying, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."
This new puzzle is based Frederic Remington's 1889 painting "The Mexican Major". Frederic Sackrider Remington (October 4, 1861 – December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor and writer who specialized in depictions of the American Old West. The painting featured in this puzzle was inspired by Remington's six-week visit to Mexico in 1889 in preparation for an article in Harper’s Weekly magazine. During his visit Remington was greatly impressed by the Mexican army.
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.
This fun and colorful puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by Childe Hassam (an American Impressionist painter). The painting depicts a panoramic view of Gloucester, Massachusetts, one of Hassam's favorite destinations. Put the pieces back together and see how this beautiful destination looked in 1899, when Hassam painted this landscape. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on an oil on wood painting from 1825 by the American artist John A. Woodside. The painting called "Still Life: Peaches and Grapes", depicts a bowl of peaches and some white and black grapes on a table. You can also see a half eaten peach and a pocket knife in the foreground of the painting.
This new puzzle is based on "Basket of Pears and Crabapples", an oil painting created by American artist John F. Francis in the 19th century. The painting is a still life depiction of a basket filled with ripe pears and crabapples arranged on a table against a neutral background. The composition of the painting is simple and straightforward, with the basket and fruit taking up most of the canvas. However, Francis's use of light and shadow adds depth and dimension to the painting, creating a sense of realism and presence that draws the viewer in.
Discover the captivating beauty of "Landscape with Fruits and Vegetables in the foreground" by Abraham Bloemaert with this fun and challenging online jigsaw puzzle. Immerse yourself in a serene landscape where an abundance of nature's bounties takes center stage. The foreground showcases a delightful variety of pumpkins, cabbages, and artichokes flourishing beneath the shade of a gnarled tree. As you assemble the puzzle pieces, you'll spot a man resting beneath a neighboring tree, perfectly capturing the harmony between humanity and the natural world. In the distance, a picturesque farm adds a touch of rustic charm to the scene. Get ready to engage your mind, relax, and appreciate the intricate details of this timeless artwork as you piece together a stunning masterpiece in the comfort of your own space. Have fun!
Today we're going back in time and visiting Olinda, Brazil in 1662. This puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting Frans Jansz Post. It depicts Olinda Cathedral (damaged when the Dutch captured the region from the Portuguese in the 1630s) in the background and a variety of indigenous animals, plants, birds and even insects in the foreground. Put the pieces back together and see how many animals and plants can you spot. Have fun!
Another art themed puzzle is here. Also known as the "Road Menders at Saint-Remy", the painting that today's puzzle is based on depicts roadwork taking place underneath some large plane trees on a autumn day. In actuality, "The Large Pane Trees" (the one featured in this puzzle) and the "Road Menders of Saint-Remy" are two different paintings and are sometimes confused as one. Although similar, Van Gogh painted this one first on a red and white checkered table cloth and later painted it again on an actual canvas.
Another art based puzzle is here. In this new one we feature an oil on canvas painting by Paul Cezanne called Still Life with Apples and Peaches. The objects pictured in this painting (the table, patterned cloth, and flowered pitcher) were all props that Cezanne pictured in several still life paintings.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Paul Cezanne. In this beautiful painting Cezanne chose to focus not on a well known, picturesque site in Auvers but rather on the a view of the town’s ordinary houses and rooftops. Pick your difficulty level, start the puzzle, put the beautiful and colorful houses back together piece by piece and you complete this fun and challenging puzzle. Have fun!
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