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The Dancing Couple Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: 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.
Image Source /Credit: Jan Steen, 1663, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington (1942.9.81)

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