Today we're visiting the Aqueduct in Arcueil, a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. The name Arcueil means "place of the arches" (Latin radical arcus, "arch", and Celtic suffix -ialo, "place of"), in reference to the Roman aqueduct carrying water to the Roman city of Lutetia (modern Paris). Between 1613 and 1624 a bridge-aqueduct over 400 meters long was constructed to bring water from the spring of Rungis, south of Arcueil, across the Bievre river to the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. Between 1868 and 1872 another aqueduct was superimposed above the previous one, forming part of the system bringing water from the river Vanne to Paris. This puzzle is based on a 1874 painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin.Image Credit: Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin, 1874, The Art Institute of Chicago
Today's puzzle is base on a painting by Barend Cornelis Koekkoek. The painting depicts a wintry scene of rolling hills covered in snow and surrounded by dense forests. In the foreground, a group of people can be seen going about their daily activities. The brilliant use of light and color creates a serene and peaceful atmosphere, making this painting a true work of art. The painting showcases Koekkoek's mastery of the traditional Dutch landscape painting style, bringing the winter scene to life with an ethereal and romantic touch.
Today's puzzle is based on a painting by Grafton Tyler Brown. It depicts a stunning panoramic view of the Okanagan lake and its surrounding landscape. Lake Okanagan is a deep and long body of water that stretches for 135 km in British Columbia, Canada. The lake is surrounded by majestic mountains, lush forests, and rolling hills. The painting showcases the lake's sparkling blue waters and the reflection of the mountains and clouds in the distance. Click start and immerse yourself in the beauty of Lake Okanagan and its natural surroundings!
This beautiful view of the Hudson River Valley was painted by Jasper Francis Cropsey in 1860. In the distance you can see the Hudson River and Storm King Mountain. In the foreground the painter depicted the beautiful valley on a sunny Autumn day. If you look closely you can see three people and their dog resting under a tree, some cows drinking from the river and some other interesting details. Click start and give it a try!
The rain has finally stopped and the weather is improving. Take a few minutes, put the impressive clouds featured in this jigsaw puzzle back together and relax. If you didn't know, a cloud is made up of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, ice crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere. Clouds come in variety of shape and sizes depending on temperature, humidity, wind, location and more.
The scene featured in today's puzzle portrays a simple country road leading the viewer's gaze into the heart of the painting. On both sides of the road, lush, rolling fields stretch far into the distance, evoking a sense of vastness and serenity. Based on "View from a Road near Næstved" - a renowned painting by the Danish artist L.A. Ring, today's jigsaw puzzle features a subtle, muted palette with earthy tones dominating the landscape, reflecting the natural hues of the Danish countryside. The interplay of light and shade creates a captivating atmosphere, inviting the viewer to immerse themselves in the peaceful ambiance of the scene.
Get into the season spirit with today's winter themed puzzle. Featuring a winding road on a snowy winter day this fun puzzle will get you into winter holiday spirit. Pick your difficulty level, press start and put the snow covered road and trees back together and complete today's challenge. Are you eager for the first snowfall of the season?
Step into the enchanting world of P.C. Skovgaard's masterpiece ("A Beech Wood in May near Iselingen Manor, Zealand") with this captivating online jigsaw puzzle. Immerse yourself in the artist's favored motif, the sunlit Danish beech forest, where nature's beauty comes alive. In this delightful scene, you'll find a charming family setting at a picturesque manor house in Southern Zealand. The children in the painting belong to the same family who commissioned this exquisite work of art, adding a personal touch to the experience. As you piece together this puzzle, take a moment to appreciate the artist's meticulous attention to detail. The foreground reveals a stunning array of flora, meticulously presented to mirror the real beech forest floors - a national biotope unique to Denmark .Let the serenity of this beech wood scene soothe your mind and spark your imagination as you bring the puzzle pieces together. Have fun!
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