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River Landscape Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Put today's puzzle back together and relax in a breathtaking river landscape. The puzzle is based on a oil on canvas painting by Annibale Carracci (an Italian painter) and it depicts the landscape by the banks of a small river on sunny autumn day. Surrounded by trees and vegetation, in the center of the image, partially covered by a tree in the foreground, we can see a small boat being pushed along the shallow waters of the river by the boatman while the other passengers enjoy the beautiful autumn landscape.
Image Source /Credit: Annibale Carracci, c. 1590, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington [1952.5.58]

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