Piece together the artists, artworks and surroundings that bring Claude Monet’s world to life in this exuberant 1000-piece puzzle.
If you could have dinner with any artist, who would it be? You’re invited to Claude Monet’s residence in Giverny. Pull up a chair in the iconic yellow dining room and join Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Edgar Degas and other impressionists for a feast of floating water lilies. But steer clear of the kitchen! Monet’s wife Alice is not happy about having ex-wife Camille’s portraits all over the walls. Did you know that the painting that inspired the entire impressionist art movement is hanging on the back wall? Or that the poster on the table is from the first impressionist exhibition that opened in Paris in 1874. Piece together this 1000-piece puzzle and then peek inside the lid to discover the meaning behind everything in the artwork.
There’s 23 interesting facts to discover. The Dinner Date Jigsaw Puzzle series is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of history’s most famous artists.