Green Pears puzzle is made using a historical and world-famous painting. High-quality wooden puzzle with detailed and vivid artwork reproduction is sure to be lots of fun. Charles Demuth was brought into the world on 8 November 1883 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In 1889, when Demuth was 6 years of age, his family moved to an eighteenth century house at 120 East King Street. In the pioneer time frame, the house had been a bar. The tobacco shop claimed and run by his family beginning around 1770, was nearby. Demuth inhabited the King Street house with his mom, Augusta for the remainder of his life.
The puzzle is available in various piece amounts, catering to both kids and adults, allowing everyone to enjoy the beauty and challenge of this artistic masterpiece. With options ranging from 35 pieces to 1000 pieces, there’s a suitable puzzle for every skill level.
Each puzzle comes in a premium wooden box adorned with the artwork on the lid, adding an elegant touch to your puzzle collection. The lid of the box serves a dual purpose, as it can be used as a photo frame with the included stand, allowing you to showcase the completed puzzle or your favorite photo.
Our wooden jigsaw puzzles are made from sustainable raw materials, reflecting our commitment to eco-friendly practices. The puzzle pieces are laser-cut in irregular Victorian shapes, adding an element of intrigue and making each piece fit seamlessly with the others. The precision-cut pieces ensure a satisfying and seamless puzzling experience, captivating puzzle enthusiasts for hours on end.
The Green Pears puzzle not only provides entertainment but also makes a thoughtful and unique gift for any occasion. Whether you’re searching for a birthday present, a holiday surprise, or a special way to express your appreciation, this wooden jigsaw puzzle is sure to delight art lovers and puzzle enthusiasts alike.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors, symbolism, and artistic wonder of Charles Demuth’s “Green Pears” through our beautifully crafted wooden jigsaw puzzle. Experience the joy of puzzling while admiring the artistry and profound meaning behind this iconic painting.