Still Life with Figs and Bread Jigsaw Puzzle

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Another beautiful art inspired puzzle is here. This new one is called "Still Life with Figs and Bread" and is based on a painting by the Spanish painter Luis Melendez. The image depicts a freshly backed loaf of bread, a plate full of figs, small wooden bared, a bottle and a knife sitting on a table. // Image Credit: Luis Melendez, 1770, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington

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