Mountain with Red House 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. This mountain scene with two little houses was painted while Demuth was in Europe from December 1912 to spring 1914. In the mid year of 1913, he visited the French seaside town of Etretat, which is likely the subject of this image. The wateriness of Demuth’s shade and his utilization of watercolor diagrams, instead of penciling ones, might be affected by the watercolors of John Marin, which he enormously appreciated and might have found in Paris and New York shows.
Crafted with care, our wooden jigsaw puzzle is available in various sizes to cater to both kids and adults. Whether you choose the 1000-piece challenge or opt for a smaller piece count, each puzzle guarantees hours of enjoyment and fun for all skill levels.
Encased in a premium wooden box, adorned with stunning artwork on the lid, this puzzle exudes elegance and makes for a memorable gift. The box itself serves a dual purpose, as the lid can be used as a photo frame, and a special stand is included for displaying your favorite puzzle-solving moments.
We take pride in using sustainable wooden raw materials to create our puzzles, ensuring an eco-friendly choice for conscious consumers. The irregular Victorian laser-cut puzzle pieces add a delightful twist to the assembly process, making it an engaging and immersive experience.
“Mountain with Red House” transports you to a picturesque landscape where nature meets architecture. Demuth’s brilliant use of vibrant colors and precise geometric forms evokes a sense of serenity and invites you to explore the hidden meanings within the artwork.
This timeless painting captures a pivotal moment in art history, as Demuth’s work emerged during the post-World War I era, reflecting a shift towards modernity and a celebration of industrialization.
Indulge in the beauty of Mountain with Red House and let the captivating colors and intricate details come to life as you piece together this artistic puzzle. Immerse yourself in the world of Charles Demuth and experience the joy of creating your very own masterpiece.