This 158 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle features American Allen Gilbert Cram's colorful post-impressionist seascape. Our Ecru puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. The puzzle's design, by David Figueras, is built with a triangular structure and features whimsies that would feel at home in the cheerful art. This puzzle is a bit harder than average.
Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in a small blue box with a magnetic clasp.
9.5" by 7.5"
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Name: Gail D.
Review: I'm an average difficulty puzzler - so this definitely was above my skill sett, as the triangular pieces were a challenge. When finished, the puzzle was beautiful. However, the colors shown on the box pic did not accurately reflect the colors of the puzzle itself, which were much richer. I had to step away three times to let my eyes "refresh."
Name: Noelie Alito
Review: I'm used to some difference between the color of the puzzle and the image on the box, but the washed-out blue sky on the box was nothing like the brilliant blue of the puzzle itself. (I think the original artwork might have a blue somewhere between the two.) This made the cover image much less useful in assembling the top part of the puzzle. The piece cut was exotic and engaging (5 stars for that part).
Name: Rosemarie Franco-Bell
Review: This is a very lovely puzzle. A very peaceful, coastal painting and just the right amount of difficulty. The cuts are very close and fit nicely, however I did note some burn discoloration on the surface. A pleasure to put together. I will surely do this one more then once.
Review: Fun and interesting little puzzle. At first glance the pieces for this puzzle all look the same but when you really look you can begin to see little differences. I found this to be a very enjoyable puzzle. It’s more challenging than average which makes it more fun! Lovely image too!
Name: Emi S.
Review: The colors of this puzzle appealed to me at first sight. Despite its relatively small size, I picked this one as our family Christmas puzzle. It was a delightful hour to complete it. I enjoyed very much the amusing shapes of the pieces and their compatibility. The completed picture was vivid and tranquil as if you could breath the salty fresh air by the water.