Eric Wert (American, b. 1976)
The Arrangement, 2015
Eric Wert’s Arrangement is an elegant floral riot, a hyperrealistic cascade of texture, shadow, and saturated color. It represents what the painter is best known for: visually intense, sensually charged still lifes that are anything but still.
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Eric Wert (American, b. 1976)
The Connoisseur, 1962, cover for The Saturday Evening Post, by Norman Rockwell (American, 1894–1978)
An extraordinarily gifted and beloved illustrator, Norman Rockwell began his career at a fortuitous moment: new mass-market magazines were flourishing, entering the homes of millions of American families. Rockwell (1894–1978) sold more than three hundred covers to The Saturday Evening Post between 1916 and 1967, including The Connoisseur, which graced the cover of the magazine in 1962.
John Trumbull (American, 1756–1843)
The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776
Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, is shown placing a first draft of the document before John Hancock, president of the Second Continental Congress at the Pennsylvania State House, now Independence Hall, in Philadelphia. Less than a week later, on July 4, 1776, the colonial delegates signed the Declaration, a milestone in American history.
Puzzle size: 29 x 20 in.
Box size: 10 x 13 x 1⅞ in.
The Golden Hour, 2017
Robert Bissell paints serene landscapes inhabited by magical creatures—often creatures that are fond of standing on two legs, as they are particularly good mirrors of human existence. His paintings invite a childlike sense of wonder, appreciation for our precarious connection with the natural world, and contemplation of life’s transitions and mysteries.
Puzzle size: 18 x 24 in.
Box size: 8⅝ x 10⅝ x 1⅞ in.
E. Martin Hennings (American, 1886–1956)
The Rendezvous, about 1925
A successful Chicago-area commercial artist and muralist early in his career, Ernest Martin Hennings later became known for colorful plein-air paintings that depicted the people, cultures, and natural landscape around Taos, New Mexico. Hennings (American, 1886–1956) was invited to become a member of the Taos Society of Artists in 1924. His work embodied the American Southwest of his day and would ultimately contribute to a groundswell of appreciation for Western American art.
Planets, stars, and distant galaxies orbit the heavens on this striking celestial puzzle, sure to challenge you for hours!
- 1000 precision-cut pieces fit snugly.
- High-resolution image.
- Linen-textured surface reduces glare.
- Durable premium blue puzzle board.
- Full-sized, full-color poster of finished puzzle included for reference.
- Box measures 9-1/4'' square x 2.5'' deep.
- Finished puzzle measures 28'' wide x 20'' high.
Olga Suvorova (Russian, b. 1966)
Put on your finest for Olga Suvorova’s Venice. The artist’s lavish works center upon the commedia dell’arte, its characters and themes depicted in a signature style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Gustav Klimt, and traditional Russian icons. Her ornate costumes—their silks and velvets, jewels and embroideries—are often the stars of any scene, which she rounds out with musical instruments, flowers, and animals. The result is a lush tapestry, delicate in feeling but full of undeniably boisterous color.