The Voice of the City - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Pomegranate

$19.95
(1 review)
Jigsaw Puzzles - The Voice of the City
$19.95

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Brand: Pomegranate
Artist: Joseph Stella
("The Voice of the City of New York Interpreted: The White Way 1" - Oil & Tempera on canvas, c.1920-1922)

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:
717195235970
Weight:
33.60 Ounces
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Choking Hazard - Small Parts.
Not for children under 3 yrs.

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    Voice of the City

    Posted by Marion Whiteside on Oct 18th 2018


    I will say that the photo on the box of The Voice of the City is a bit disappointing. The same image on line is a beautifully saturated color image which I like a great deal. I immediately fell in love over that image with a "HAD To Have It" attitude. The image on the box is different. It is less saturated and not quite as striking as the on line, back-lit image, but it looks OK. I just opened the box to look at the puzzle pieces which are still in the plastic bag. They appear to be lighter than what is on the box but I am not sure. The plastic can obstruct the qualities of color. I am a photographer. There's no excuse for a blown up image to lose quality. I have a program in my computer that works as a plug-in with Photoshop. It has the math built in and can produce any size I need for my images without so much as a Nano particle of loss. I am a photographer. Architectural photography is a major love over other subjects. representation of the truth that is beautifully accomplished with good taste. I like working with puzzles because I like working with beautiful images. No doubt the plastic of the bag impedes the accurate perception of the puzzle's colors. If the puzzle pieces present a lighter, less saturated color balance than what I've seen on line in Serious, I won't like it. I am hoping this puzzle holds up with its image quality. For now I will give it a 3++. This could change depending on how it looks after it has been completed. I really like the abstract qualities in this image. How the colors play out will say everything.