The Brothel (Le Lupanar) 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. Van Gogh painted this sketch of a house of an ill-repute parlor while working in close exchange with individual craftsman Paul Gauguin. In the fall of 1888, Van Gogh persuaded Gauguin to go along with him in Arles in the South of France, and the two craftsmen regularly painted there next to each other. They likewise visited whorehouses together, somewhat to track down figural subjects for painting.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, our The Brothel (Le Lupanar) puzzle comes in various sizes to suit both kids and adults. Choose from 1000, 750, 500, 250, and 108 pieces, allowing you to tailor the challenge to your preferences and skill level. Each piece is made from sustainable wooden raw materials, ensuring durability and a premium feel.
Packaged in a premium wooden box, adorned with the artwork on the lid, this puzzle truly captures the essence of Van Gogh’s masterpiece. The lid of the box even doubles as a photo frame, complete with a special stand, so you can proudly display your completed puzzle or showcase a cherished photograph.
Experience the joy of assembling this extraordinary puzzle, featuring irregular Victorian laser-cut pieces that add an extra layer of intrigue and enjoyment. Spend hours exploring the intricacies of Van Gogh’s brushwork and marvel at the vibrant colors that bring The Brothel (Le Lupanar) to life.