Here is the small size of Eclat, that you can put in your bag and use everywhere, during the day or the night as well! With scintillating top notes of fresh bergamot, zesty lemon and freesia, Eclat has a glowing heart of frangipane and gardenia all on a sensual yet sweet base of marshmallow.
Here is the small size of Ile d'amour, that you can put in your bag and use everywhere, during the day or the night as well! As a breeze going through gardens and hills, it comes to you with flowers and fruits. A perfume with a marine note is a harmony of osmanthus, rose, jasmine, lilac, and lily of the valley on a background of musk and amber.
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.
The adult collection of Puzzle Michele Wilson jigsaw puzzles are stunning works of art. Each piece is handcut following along the lines of the illustration. Once the puzzle complete, the piece separation is not obvious, and the puzzle can be framed as a decoration. Challenge yourself with this butterfly jewel.
"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.
This unique and stunning puzzle is based on a souvenir fan created for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, in Paris. It consists in a wooden frame and a sheet that is hand-painted in gouache. A perfect gift for fan lovers.
Michèle Wilson wood puzzles are unique works of art that respect the artworks they depict through a unique hand cutting process. Vincent Van Gogh painted this piece in June 1889, when he was staying in Saint Remy de Provence mental asylum.
Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883 and in 1893 began the construction of his famous water garden. In 1899 he studied the subject of water lilies for the first time, which he painted in more than 250 versions ! This particular version performed in the spring belongs to a private collection. But you can have an elegant reproduction through this...
At the end of his life in 1890, Vincent Van Gogh stood for 2 months at Auvers-sur-Oise,. During this short stay, he painted more than 70 paintings, including several times the village houses. Houses in Auvers can be seen at the Museum of Toledo ( Ohio).
This art handcrafted jigsaw puzzle is part of the Museum collection by Puzzle Michele Wilson. Museum collection jigsaw puzzles are cut with larger pieces than the Michele Wilson collection. The Argenteuil bridge shows Monet's work focusing on the philosophy of capturing the light and its reflections on the water.
This colourful jigsaw puzzle from the museum collection of Michele Wilson Puzzles features a painting of Edward Hopper, belonging to a private collection. Hopper designed it in his workshop on Cape Cod in 1944. He developed a personal style based on a rigorous construction and a use of large tint areas, as the ocean in New England.
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.
Here is a famous painting by Edgar Degas featuring ballerinas during a class lesson at the Opéra Garnier. This collection of jigsaw puzzles is designed with famous works of art and come in a reusable, easy to store, zippered pouch.