Here is a great selection of 250 Pieces wood art jigsaw puzzles for adults, by Michele Wilson. Thanks to the manual cutting technic, these puzzles are more interesting and challenging than traditional jigsaw puzzles.
Here is a reproduction of "Chats à l'Echiquier" by Agnes Augusta Talboys. This painter loved her persian cats and kittens! This luxury art wood puzzle is perfect for cat lovers. Just be careful not to let cats play with the pieces!
This litography was designed by Raoul Dufy in 1929 as an advertising for visiting Paris in Spring! The adult collection of Puzzle Michele Wilson is unique in the world and exclusively illustrated with famous works of art. Piecing a puzzle together allows one to spend time with an artwork and discover it through the details.
The Crimson Rambler, ca1908. Here is a romantic wood jigsaw puzzle featuring a white dressed woman with a floppy hat. She sits on a balcony looking at a red climbing plant, called Ipomée in French. This masterpiece can be seen at the White House in Washington.
"The Great Wave of Kanagawa" is a famous Japanese print. It was presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and last year in the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston, MA. It is part of the "36 views of Mount Fuji" series created by Hokusai in 1830, at the age of 70. Mount Fuji appears crushed by the force of the wave.
Edgar Degas was born in Paris in 1834. He actively participated in the Impressionist movement, although a personal style. About 1867 he began to paint many scenes of ballet and dance. He often attended the Garnier Opera, inaugurated in 1875 and became " the painter of the dancers"..
Nymphéas et SauleClaude Monet moved in Giverny in 1893 and began the construction of his water garden in 1893. In 1899, he started to focus on water lilies which he has painted more than 250 times in his last 25 years! Painted around 1916, this work is the Marmottan Museum. Monet interested in reflections of the sky and of willow branches on his...
Claude Monet stayed several times in Etretat, Normandy where he created more than 50 canvasses. Attracted by the constant to-ing and fro-ing of the fishing boats, he began his studies on the representation of the same place at different times of the day. - Boats on the beach at Etretat ( 1883) can be admired when you visit the Musée d'Orsay, in Paris.
Happiness by Baixeras. Dyonis Baixeras is a Catalan painter form the XXth century. He is a realist and naturalist painter, influenced by Jean-Francois Millet, who believed in the social role of art. He often paints calm seashore landscapes. With a very detailed touch, he outlines the simple happiness of the fishermen at the beginning of the century.
Edward Cucuel ( 1875 - 1954 ) is an American painter that lived both in Germany and in the US. He was first a newspaper illustrator and , discovered plein-air painting. As in this painting, his artworks often depict young women in idyllic sceneries. He gave much importance to the study of light.
"La Jetée à marée haute", by Eugene Boudin. Eugene Boudin, a precursor of Impressionism, attempts to portray the light of the skies and water of his native Normandy. This picture, painted outdoors in Trouville, is in a private collection. Boudin introduced a young Camille Monet to outdoor painting.