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Jigsaw National Gallery: Monet The Museum at Le Havre: 1000 piece jigsaw

Availability: In Stock
ISBN: 9781787556096
AuthorFlame Tree Studio
Pub Date10/04/2019
Pages1
CountryGBR
Dewey793.73
Series1000-piece jigsaws
Quick overview Part of an exciting series of sturdy, square-box 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles from Flame Tree, featuring popular works of art. This new jigsaw will satisfy your need for a challenge, featuring National Gallery: Monet The Museum at Le Havre. Intended for adults and children over 13 years. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.
€18.99

Part of an exciting series of sturdy, square-box 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles from Flame Tree, featuring powerful and popular works of art. This new jigsaw will satisfy your need for a challenge, featuring the National Gallery: Monet The Museum at Le Havre.


This is an important work which dates from a key period in Monet's career. In the early 1870s Monet lived mainly at Argenteuil but made frequent trips to his home town, Le Havre, on the Normandy coast. In 1872 and 1873 he painted several views of the harbour at Le Havre including his famous Impression: Sunrise (Paris, Musee Marmottan), the picture which provoked the term `Impressionism'. The view here is taken from one of the walls of the inner harbour looking across to the Musee des Beaux-Arts. The museum was destroyed during the Second World War and has since been replaced by a modern structure.




This 1000 piece jigsaw is intended for adults and children over 13 years. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.

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Part of an exciting series of sturdy, square-box 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles from Flame Tree, featuring powerful and popular works of art. This new jigsaw will satisfy your need for a challenge, featuring the National Gallery: Monet The Museum at Le Havre.


This is an important work which dates from a key period in Monet's career. In the early 1870s Monet lived mainly at Argenteuil but made frequent trips to his home town, Le Havre, on the Normandy coast. In 1872 and 1873 he painted several views of the harbour at Le Havre including his famous Impression: Sunrise (Paris, Musee Marmottan), the picture which provoked the term `Impressionism'. The view here is taken from one of the walls of the inner harbour looking across to the Musee des Beaux-Arts. The museum was destroyed during the Second World War and has since been replaced by a modern structure.




This 1000 piece jigsaw is intended for adults and children over 13 years. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.