The Family Concert Jigsaw Puzzle

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Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Jan Havickszoon Steen (c. 1626 - 679), a Dutch Golden Age painter. Daily life was Jan Steen's main pictorial theme. The painting featured depicts a small party listening to music in a family home. In his painting Steen often used members of his family as models. // Image Credit: Jan Steen, 1666. The Art Institute of Chicago

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