Today's puzzle is based on Camille Pissaro's 1872 impressionist oil on canvas painting "Still Life with Apples and Pitcher". Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter born on the island of St Thomas. He is the only artist to have shown his work at all eight Paris Impressionist exhibitions, from 1874 to 1886.Image Source /Credit: The MET museum
Another art themed puzzle is here. This new one is based on Pierre-Auguste Renoir's 1879 painting called "Pêcheuses de moules à Berneval, côte normand" (Mussel-Fishers at Berneval). Renoir painted this idyllic scene of a family gathering mussels during an 1879 visit to the Normandy coast. Marine mussels are abundant in the low and mid intertidal zone in temperate seas globally. People have used mussels as food for thousands of years. There are about 17 edible species of mussels that live in saltwater or freshwater habitats.
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.
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.
Today's puzzle based on the beautiful still-life painting "Wild Strawberries and a Carnation in a Wan-Li Bowl" by Jacob van Hulsdonck. This 17th-century masterpiece showcases a luxurious arrangement of fresh strawberries and a vibrant carnation sitting in a delicate blue and white Wan-Li bowl, carefully placed on a table. The painting is an exquisite representation of the Dutch Golden Age's fascination with still-life paintings and their ability to capture the beauty of everyday objects. As you complete the puzzle, you'll be able to appreciate the intricate details of the painting, including the texture of the strawberries, the delicate petals of the carnation, and the subtle shadows and highlights throughout the composition. So grab a cup of tea, put on some soothing music, and get ready to immerse yourself in the world of art and puzzle-solving! Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on a oil on canvas by Meindert Hobbema. The painting depicts a wooded landscape on a sunny summer day. The hot rays of the summer sun manage to break through the billowing white clouds, but the people featured in the painting (the ones of the road and path and the person fishing) are kept cool thanks to the shade provided by the dense foliage of the forest.
Today's puzzle is based on Winslow Homer's Snap the Whip 1872 oil painting. The painting depicts a group o playing crack(snap) the whip. If you didn't know, crack the whip is a simple outdoor children's game played in small groups, either on grass or ice, usually grass. Homer spent several summers in New York's Hudson Valley, and is said to have been inspired to paint this scene by local boys playing at the Hurley schoolhouse.
Grab a piece of cake, your trusty mouse and solve today's new puzzle. The puzzle is based on a oil on wood painting by Raphaelle Peale(considered the first professional American painter of still-life). The painting feature a cake sliced into four pieces, some grapes and a glass of wine on a table. Click start and give it a try!
Another beautiful art themed puzzle is here. This new one is based on H. Lyman Sayen 1915/1916 oil on canvas painting : " Landscape, Bridge, Huntingdon Valley". If you didn't know, Sayen (1875 -1918) was an American pioneer in the design of x-ray tubes who also distinguished himself as an abstract artist.
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 "The New Bonnet", a mid 19th-century oil on canvas painting by American artist Francis William Edmonds. The painting depicts a familial scene in which a woman receives a new bonnet. The family (a woman, her mother and father) are presented as being shocked by the price of the bonnet.
This fun new puzzle is based on Edward Lamson Henry's oil on canvas painting called "Old Hook Mill, Easthampton". If you didn't know, the Hook Windmill was the last wind-powered grain mill built in East Hampton, New York. It was constructed in 1806, it operated until 1908 and it still stands today. In the painting E.L. Henry depicts the mill in the calm after a storm. At the mill's entrance several men can be seen loading sacks of flour into a horse-drawn wagon.
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