Pomegranate Jigsaw Puzzles
Detroit Industry, North Wall Jigsaw Puzzle - The perfect jigsaw puzzle
for the car lover. Detroit Industry, North Wall is a 1,000 piece, 29" x 20"
reproduction of the famous work at the Detroit Institute of Arts by noted
artist Diego Rivera. It depicts the Rouge Ford Factory in the 1930's.
Edward Gorey - Here is artist-author Edward Gorey (1925-2000) at his
darkly mischievous best, portraying a cloud of chaos and doom hanging over
the impeccably manicured trappings of a vaguely Victorian society.
Lloyd Wright: Saguaro Glass Designs - An extremely attractive puzzle.
Jean-Michel Basquiat Untitled 1984
John William Waterhouse
Cheret Moulin Rouge 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle - Published with the Los
Angeles County Museum of Art.
Maxfield Parrish Jigsaw Puzzle - The Mill Pond, by Maxfield Parrish. The
most popular American artist of his day, Maxfield Parrish (American,
1870-1966) began his paintings with minute attention to the appearance and
behavior of real things - shadows, trees, mountains, clouds and added
effects that came straight from his formidable imagination. He created
hyper-realistic worlds that can be briefly entered and savored: you can
almost smell the snow on his distant peaks, feel the pine duff underfoot in
his forests, hear the chirps of high summer in his skies. Parrish's images
graced advertisements for everything from light bulbs to bicycles, and at
one time a Parrish art print hung in one of every four American homes. As
treasured today as they were in his lifetime, Maxfield Parrish's paintings
remain among the most beloved works of any American artist.
Escher Ascending and Descending 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle
Mizrah: Decoration for the Eastern Wall Jigsaw Puzzle - Decoration for
the Eastern Wall (Mizrah), by Israel Dov Rosenbaum. The Jewish Museum in New
York City is one of the worlds largest and most distinguished institutions
celebrating the remarkable scope and breadth of Jewish culture. Devoted to
the collection, preservation, and interpretation of art and artifacts
relating to the Jewish experience, from ancient times to the present, the
Museum serves an audience of people of all religious and cultural
backgrounds. Puzzle size: 20" x 29".
Tibetan Wheel of Life - The Wheel of Life (Bhavacakra) is commonly seen
on the entrance walls of monasteries and on painted scrolls and woodblock
prints throughout Tibet and the other Buddhist countries of the Himalayan
region. In graphic form, accessible to everyone including those who cannot
read, it illustrates the essence of Buddhist teachings, the Four Truths: the
existence of earthly suffering, its origin and cause, the ending or
prevention of misery, and the practical path to liberation from suffering.
Picture by picture, the Wheel reminds us that everyone is responsible for
his or her own fate because, according to karma, causes and their effects
are the fruits of one's own deeds.