Another art themed puzzle is here. Also known as the "Road Menders at Saint-Remy", the painting that today's puzzle is based on depicts roadwork taking place underneath some large plane trees on a autumn day. In actuality, "The Large Pane Trees" (the one featured in this puzzle) and the "Road Menders of Saint-Remy" are two different paintings and are sometimes confused as one. Although similar, Van Gogh painted this one first on a red and white checkered table cloth and later painted it again on an actual canvas. // Image Credit: Vincent van Gogh, 1889, Cleveland Museum of Art (1947.209)
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.
Today's fun puzzle is based on a painting by Ferdinand von Wright, a Finnish-Swedish artist renowned for his mastery in portraying intricate renditions of birds. The painting masterfully portrays a tranquil winter scene, featuring a group of gray partridges meticulously depicted amidst the serene landscape. Gray partridges, scientifically known as Perdix perdix, are ground-nesting birds native to Europe and Asia. Typically found in open landscapes, they inhabit a variety of environments, including farmlands, grasslands, and scrubby areas. Their plumage, depicted with exquisite detail in the painting, serves not only as a visual spectacle but also as an adaptation for survival in their natural surroundings.
This fun new puzzle is based on one of David Teniers the Younger's most famous paintings called "Village Festival," an oil on canvas work. "Village Festival" is a celebration of the joy of community and the spirit of togetherness, capturing the essence of life in a Flemish village during the 17th century. The painting depicts a festive scene in a Flemish village, with people of all ages gathered in a vibrant outdoor setting. The figures are engaged in a variety of activities, such as dancing, playing music, and socializing. Some are dressed in elaborate costumes, while others are more casually attired. One of the most striking aspects of the painting is its sense of movement and energy.
This fun and colorful puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting by Childe Hassam (an American Impressionist painter). The painting depicts a panoramic view of Gloucester, Massachusetts, one of Hassam's favorite destinations. Put the pieces back together and see how this beautiful destination looked in 1899, when Hassam painted this landscape. Have fun!
This new puzzle is based on the 1887 oil on canvas painting by Gustave Caillebotte - a French painter who was a member and patron of the Impressionists, although he painted in a more realistic manner than many others in the group. Between 1877 and 1878, Caillebotte made a series of paintings focusing on swimmers, rowers, fishermen, and canoers at his family estate in Yerres. One of these paintings is Skiffs or "Pesissoires sur L'Yerres" (Flat-Bottom Canoes on the Yerres) how it was originally named. The painting was first exhibited at the fourth impressionist exhibition in 1879.
This new puzzle is based on a painting by Paul Cezanne. It depicts an old abandoned house with cracked walls. The French artist and Post-Impressionist painter often painted abandoned houses and other sites near his studio outside Aix. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and see the house with cracked walls in Cezanne painting. Have fun!
This fun and challenging puzzle is based on a painting called "Child with Toys" by Auguste Renoir. The painting depicts the artist's son, Jean playing with his nanny Gabrielle. Gabrielle Renard became an important member of the family of the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, first becoming their nanny, and subsequently a frequent model for the artist. She developed a strong bond with the Renoirs' second son, the future filmmaker Jean Renoir (the child in this painting), lasted throughout their lives.
Today's puzzle features a renowned painting ("Still Life with Milk Jug and Fruit") created by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cézanne. Completed around 1900, this oil-on-canvas artwork is renowned for its meticulous attention to form, composition, and color. The composition depicts a simple arrangement of objects, including a milk jug, fruit, a plate and a glass on a wooden table. The background is left unadorned, emphasizing the primary subject matter and allowing viewers to fully engage with the elements in the foreground. The color palette is vibrant and intense, infusing life into the objects and the space they inhabit. Pick a difficulty level, start putting the pieces back together and reconstruct the famous masterpiece. Have fun!
This fun puzzle is based on a painting by Paul Sandby titled 'The River Severn at Shrewsbury, Shropshire.' The painting showcases a tranquil scene on the River Severn. In the foreground, a group of people in a small boat seems to be enjoying the peacefulness of the river. On the shore next to them, an old tree extends its branches outwards, adding a touch of rustic charm to the painting. The rolling hills and the town in the distance create a sense of depth and perspective. Take a few minutes, relax, and put this idyllic scene back together to complete today's puzzle. Have fun!
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