Claude Monet - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Pomegranate

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Jigsaw Puzzles - Claude Monet
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  • ★ Thick, Interlocking Ribbon-Cut Pieces
  • ★ Superb Color Reproduction
  • ★ Glare-Free Matte Finish
  • The Japanese Footbridge (detail), 1899 In the last decades of Monet’s life, his prized water garden and the footbridge he built over it became his most important subject. The reflective surface of the pond unified his canvas. The sky has already disappeared from this painting; the lush foliage rises all the way to the horizon and space is flattened by the decorative arch of the bridge. Floating lily pads and mirrored reflections assume equal stature, blurring distinctions between solid objects and transitory effects of light. jAs you piece together this puzzle, study Monet’s water garden up close—just as he did.

    Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) ranks among the greatest painters in the history of art. He was the most influential of the Impressionists, a group of painters who strove to capture the endless variations of light and atmosphere that occur over the course of a day in a given location. Indeed, Monet’s misty dawn painting Impression, Sunrise gave rise to the movement’s name. His career spanned an artistic revolution, one that intensified realism and eventually led the way to abstraction and 20th-century Modernism. Among Monet’s best-loved works are landscapes, city scenes, still lifes, and his unparalleled paintings of flower-filled meadows and the exquisite gardens and water lily pond at his home in Giverny.

    Pomegranate is proud to produce jigsaw puzzles with thoughtfully conceived, engagingly intricate, and aesthetically appealing images on a solid interlocking format. The sturdy construction combined with the wide image selection and vibrant color reproduction will delight everyone from experts to first-time puzzlers.

    UPC:
    717195220419
    Weight:
    33.60 Ounces
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    • 5
      Are you up for it?!

      Posted by Carol on Sep 11th 2020

      If you love a challenge than this puzzle is perfect for you!