Tehamana Has Many Parents 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. Tehamana Has Many Parents (Merahi metua no Tehamana) is a 1893 painting by the French craftsman Paul Gauguin, as of now in the assortment of the Art Institute of Chicago. The work of art is a representation of Paul Gauguin’s better half Teha’amana during his first visit to Tahiti in 1891-1893. This marriage has consistently incited contention since it was organized and finished in the tasks of a solitary evening and Gauguin guaranteed Teha’amana was only thirteen years of age at that point.
Experience the beauty and mystery of Paul Gauguin’s masterpiece “Tehamana Has Many Parents” in a whole new way with our wooden jigsaw puzzle. Crafted from sustainable wooden materials and featuring irregular Victorian laser-cut puzzle pieces, this puzzle is both environmentally friendly and delightfully challenging.
Available in five different sizes to suit puzzlers of all ages and skill levels, this puzzle comes in a premium wooden box with the artwork on the lid. The lid can even be used as a photo frame, thanks to the special stand that’s included.
As you piece together the puzzle, you’ll be transported to the lush tropical paradise of Tahiti, where Gauguin painted the original masterpiece in 1893. You’ll marvel at the vivid colors, intricate details, and rich symbolism that make this painting such an enduring masterpiece.
Perfect for rainy afternoons, quiet evenings at home, or as a unique gift for the art lover in your life, our “Tehamana Has Many Parents” wooden jigsaw puzzle is sure to provide hours of enjoyment and inspire your sense of wonder and creativity.