Houses at Auvers 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. Houses at Auvers is an oil painting by Vincent van Gogh. It was made towards the finish of May or start of June 1890, not long after he had moved to Auvers-sur-Oise, an unassuming community northwest of Paris, France. His move was provoked by his disappointment with the weariness and tedium of shelter life at Saint-Rémy, as well as by his development as a craftsman of a few eminence following Albert Aurier’s observed January 1890, Mercure de France, survey of his work.
Our puzzle comes in various sizes to cater to different skill levels and preferences. Choose from 1000 pieces, 750 pieces, 500 pieces, 250 pieces, 108 pieces, or 35 pieces, allowing both kids and adults to enjoy the thrill of bringing this masterpiece to life. Each puzzle piece is made from sustainable wooden raw materials, ensuring durability and a tactile feel that enhances the overall experience.
Presented in a premium wooden box, the Houses at Auvers puzzle not only offers a delightful challenge but also makes for an elegant gift. The artwork is beautifully displayed on the lid of the box, making it a work of art in itself. What’s more, the box’s lid can be used as a photo frame, complete with a special stand, adding a personal touch to your puzzle experience.
Step into the picturesque setting of Auvers-sur-Oise, the village that inspired Van Gogh during his final days. As you piece together the puzzle, you’ll appreciate the stunning landscapes and quaint houses that were immortalized in this masterpiece. Van Gogh’s unique post-impressionist style, characterized by bold brushstrokes and vibrant colors, shines through every piece, allowing you to explore the depth of his artistic brilliance.