Hope II 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. Hope II is a painting by Gustav Klimt, made in 1907-08. It was the second of Klimt’s attempts to zero in on a pregnant lady, both portraying Herma, one of his cherished models. It was entitled Vision by Klimt, yet has become known as Hope II after the previous work Hope, which is presently recognized as Hope I.
The Hope II puzzle comes in a premium wooden box with the artwork on the lid, which can also be used as a photo frame. Each piece of the puzzle is laser-cut to perfection, resulting in irregular Victorian-shaped pieces that provide hours of enjoyment and fun.
This puzzle is available in different sizes – 1000 pieces, 750 pieces, 500 pieces, 250 pieces, 108 pieces, and 35 pieces – making it suitable for both kids and adults.
The painting, Hope II, was created by the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt in 1907-08 during his Golden Period. It depicts a woman with a baby surrounded by a golden aura, symbolizing hope and the continuity of life. The painting is currently displayed at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
Our Hope II puzzle is made using sustainable wooden raw materials, making it an eco-friendly choice for anyone who values sustainability. It also makes a great gift for any occasion, whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary, or just because.
Overall, the Hope II puzzle is not just a fun activity but also a way to appreciate and celebrate the artistic brilliance of Gustav Klimt’s work.