The Large Tree Jigsaw Puzzle

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This new puzzle is based on Paul Gauguin (a French Post-Impressionist artist) 1891 oil on canvas painting with the same name. This is among the first paintings he completed in 1891 after abandoning his family and career as a stockbroker and moving to the island of Tahiti. The painting depicts four women seeking shelter under the leaves of a large tree on a hot summer day. In the distance, another woman stands in the doorway of a traditional house and looks on in the direction of the large tree and the other women. // Image Credit: The Cleveland Museum of Art / Gift of Barbara Ginn Griesinger

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