This challenging 1,000-piece puzzle features a detail of Monet's painting The Japanese Footbridge, 1899.
In the last decades of his life, Monet's prized water garden and the footbridge he built over it became his most important—and eventually only—subject.
The reflective surface of the pond, like the atmospheric envelope Monet wrapped around the cathedrals and other series subjects, unified his canvases. bridge. In later lily pond paintings the water’s surface alone will occupy the entire canvas. Floating lily pads and mirrored reflections assume equal stature, blurring distinctions between solid objects and transitory effects of light.
Monet had always been interested in reflections, seeing their fragmented forms as the natural equivalent of his own broken brushwork.
Beautiful and challenging addition to your own collection or gift for your favorite puzzle fan. Perfect for an afternoon of family fun or simply to relax after a long day.
Age Range: 12 years to adult
Assembled Puzzle Size: 25 x 20 inches