Another art themed puzzle is here. In this new one we feature a painting called "Still Life with Peaches and Grapes" by Auguste Renoir( a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style). Renoir made this painting, and a similar one showing a jardiniere full of freshly picked peaches, during his stay at the country home of his patron Paul Berard in the small Normandy village of Wargemont in 1881.Image Source /Credit: Auguste Renoir, 1881, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (56.218)
Today's puzzle is based on "View of the Marble Square with the Ruins of the Uncompleted Frederik's Church" by F. Sodring. This captivating artwork depicts a historic scene set in Copenhagen, Denmark. The central focus of the painting is the iconic Frederik's Church, an impressive architectural wonder also known as the Marble Church, located in Copenhagen, Denmark. However, what makes this artwork particularly intriguing is the presence of the church's incomplete state - a reminder of the passage of time and the challenges faced during its construction. As you engage in the online jigsaw puzzle, you'll find yourself becoming more acquainted with the nuances of this fascinating artwork. The challenge of assembling the pieces will allow you to appreciate the artist's careful brushstrokes and the emotional essence conveyed through the scene.
Today's puzzle is based on George Benjamin Luks 1912 oil on canvas painting - "Holiday on the Hudson". It depicts people on holiday going for a boat ride on the Hudson on a sunny Summer day. Luks is best-known for his paintings that reflect the life of people living in the Manhattan's Lower East Side at that time.
This new puzzle is based on Jan Brueghel the Elder 1610 oil on panel painting "Wooded Landscape with Travelers". Jan Brueghel the Elder was a Flemish painter and draughtsman. He worked in many genres including history paintings, landscapes and seascapes, hunting pieces, village scenes, allegorical and mythological scenes, battle scenes and more. Wooded Landscape with Travelers depicts a rustic scene in the Flemish countryside. Farmers and their animals are depicted traveling to and from a city in the distance.
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!
Solve today's puzzle and see how and inn used to look in the late 1700s. The Bell Inn featured in this puzzle was painted by the British artist George Morland in the late 1780s. In the image you can see the inn, some people talking by it's entrance, a small dog and even a pig foraging in the foreground. Click start and give it a try!
Today's puzzle is based on a beautiful still life painting by Henri Fantin-Latour. In this painting, Fantin-Latour skillfully arranges the objects to create a balanced and visually engaging scene. The fruit basket is filled with an assortment of fruits, such as apples, grapes, and pears. The artist meticulously renders the textures and colors of the fruits, bringing them to life with vibrant hues and intricate detailing. In the center of the painting, a bouquet of flowers adds a touch of natural beauty and elegance to the composition. Lastly, a book rests near the tea cup, providing an additional element of interest to the composition. The book, with its pages slightly opened, indicates the presence of intellectual or leisurely pursuits and adds a sense of depth and narrative to the painting.
Today's puzzle is based on John Constable's oil on canvas painting called Wivenhoe Park, Essex. In the painting Constable depicts a beautiful English landscape park (style of "landscape" garden which emerged in England in the early 18th century), the estate of the Rebow family. Constable was commissioned by Major-General Francis Slater-Rebow to paint his country home, Wivenhoe Park, Essex in 1816. Born in Suffolk, John Constable s known principally for revolutionizing the genre of landscape painting.
Today's puzzle is based on a 1772 painting by Luis Melendez ( the greatest Spanish still-life painter of the 18th century). The painting features a picnic basket, some loaves of freshly baked bread, grapes, some peaches, a melon, some juicy pears, a bottle of wine and some other food containers and plates - everything you need for an afternoon meal in a breathtaking natural landscape.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Martin Johnson Heade. The American artist was fascinated with hummingbirds and painted them in several of his works. The particular species of the hummingbird represented in this painting is the black-eared fairy. It lives in the same area of the Amazon basin where the passionflower grows.
Step into the captivating world of one of the most celebrated Dutch Golden Age painters and immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility of this iconic masterpiece. "The Little Street" is a renowned painting created by Johannes Vermeer around the year 1657-1658. This artwork showcases Vermeer's exceptional talent for capturing intimate scenes of everyday life with remarkable precision and luminosity. The painting portrays a typical Dutch street in the city of Delft, where Vermeer resided throughout his life. Click start and enjoy the challenge of assembling this exquisite artwork and marvel at the mastery of one of history's greatest painters.
This puzzle is based on the oil on canvas painting by Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh with the same name. Painted in June 1889, it depicts the view from the east-facing window of his asylum room at Saint-Remy-de-Provence, just before sunrise, with the addition of an imaginary village. Van Gogh depicted the view at different times of the day and under various weather conditions, including sunrise, moonrise, sunshine-filled days, overcast days, windy days, and one day with rain. The Starry Night is the only nocturne in the series of views from his bedroom window.
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