This new puzzle is based on Paul Cezanne 1893 painting "The Basket of Apples". This painting contains one of Cezanne's signature tilted tables, an impossible rectangle with no right angles. On the table you can see a basket of apples, a bottle of wine, a folded tablecloth and a plate of cookies. The painting is particularly remarkable for its creative composition, which rejected realistic representation in favor of distorting objects to create multiple perspectives.Image Credit: Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection / The Art Institute of Chicago
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.
This beautiful puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by one of the greatest painters of the Dutch Golden Age, Gerrit van Honthorst (1592–1656) The painting was first mentioned in a 1632 inventory of one of the Prince of Orange’s palaces in The Hague. The painting depicts musicians playing their instruments at concert while following the instruction of their bandleader. The underling political message was that, like in music, in society harmony can be achieved when the guidance of the leader is followed.
Today's beautiful and challenging puzzle is based on a painting by Martinus Rorbye, a central figure of the Golden Age of Danish painting during the first half of the 19th century. Called "View from the Artist's Window", the painting today's puzzle is based on depicts the view from the drawing-room window of the authors childhood home. In the foreground we can see a open book on a table and several flowers on the windowsill. Contrasting with the intimacy of the drawing room, the view out the window reveals a scene filled with sailing ships in the harbor, destined for distant shores.
Based on a painting by Jan Steen (Dutch, 1625/1626 - 1679), today's puzzle depicts a couple dancing while two young musicians play their instruments at a festive village celebration. In the scene you can see other people eating, drinking and enjoying the party while the couple dances. The grinning figure on the left of the scene, the one who caresses the chin of the woman drinking from an elegant wine glass, is none other than Steen himself.
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!
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 is based on "View of Florence", a painting by American artist Thomas Cole. The painting was completed in 1837 and it depicts a panoramic view of the city of Florence, Italy, with the Arno River flowing through the foreground and the city's iconic red-tiled rooftops and the famous Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio in the background. The painting is notable for its highly detailed and realistic depiction of the cityscape, as well as its use of light and color to create a sense of atmosphere and depth. Cole, who is best known for his landscape paintings of the American wilderness, created this painting while on a trip to Europe, where he was inspired by the rich history and culture of Italy.
Today's puzzle is based on a 1820s painting by James Peale. The vegetables in this beautiful still life painting are: okra(ladies' fingers or ochro), blue-green cabbage, crinkly Savoy cabbage, Hubbard squash, eggplant, balsam apple, tomatoes, and purple-red cabbage. Take a few minutes, put the puzzle back together and take in this beautiful piece of art. Have fun!
Today's new puzzle is based on a beautiful still life painting by Everhart Kuhn. It was painted ca. 1865 on oil on canvas and depicts various fruits(grapes, peaches, plums, raspberries, blueberries), oysters, a bottle and glass of wine. Take a few minutes, put it back together and complete today's puzzle. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is based on Enoch Wood Perry's 1876 painting with the same name. The painting depicts a young woman sitting by a window darning. If you didn't know, darning is a sewing technique for repairing holes or worn areas in fabric or knitting. The painting is called A Month's Daring because, in the original painting (not visible in this puzzle), by her side she has a basket full of clothes and socks that need fixing.
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.
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