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Artifact Puzzles - Sophie Taeuber-Arp Composition Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Sophie Taeuber-Arp Composition Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 65.00

This is a 302 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Sophie Taeuber-Arp's geometric abstraction "1926 Composition". Designed by David Figueiras with non-unique pieces and no whimsy pieces, this puzzle is rather challenging. (Its difficulty rating is "kind of hard.") Test your eye for color with this abstract piece by this talented and versatile female artist.

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard unfinished pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California). 

11" by 15.25"

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Name: Wendy
Review: Took about 3.5 hours when you focus on a section at a time. I focused on the colors that there were less of, like the pink. I'm rating it a 4 instead of a 5 because I prefer pieces that attach to one another and the border has a lot of pieces that just sit next to one another but beautiful when completed.
Name: Michele
Review: I didn't think this puzzle would be hard at all because the color blocks would be easy to distinguish, but it was harder than I thought. It's the piece shape that makes it hard and the pieces mixed in the color blocks didn't help that much. And, I am glad it was hard as i had quite a few enjoyable hours putting it together..I liked this puzzle so much more than I thought I would because the shape of the puzzle pieces used with this painting made it so different. This is a great puzzle! More puzzles with this piece shape please!
Name: Lynn S.
Review: I am drawn to abstract expressionist and color field painting so this did not disappoint. I love that it’s one of the few artifact puzzles where all the pieces are cut identically and so you must rely on the color and pattern to piece it together.
Name: Susan Kaput
Review: When I saw this gorgeous painting I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. 'Piece of cake', I thought to myself. I'll just start with the red section and work from there. And I did, and then I undid, and I did and undid so many times! Most of the pieces in this puzzle can fit it almost anywhere as many are exactly the same shape. A very attentive eye for color is the key to success (and I find a tiny screwdriver for helping lift out mistakenly put in pieces was helpful). I left it out on the table for a couple of days, just so I could look at it - what a delight. Next time I may start with the little green circle.......