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 is a somewhat hard puzzle: the Mim Time to complete this puzzle is 3 hours 10 minutes (72 seconds per piece).
Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in a blue box with a magnetic clasp.
9.5" by 7.5"
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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.
Name: Lynn S.
Review: These shapes aren’t my favorite artifact ones, and I thought the image could’ve been printed slightly more vibrantly in the medium blue areas - but it is a beautiful impressionist water-themed painting. Worth doing but maybe not super exciting if you are a seasoned artifact puzzler. We put it together a few times then were ready to pass it on.
Review: My husband and I have become addicted to doing these wooden puzzles. They are so tactile and the pieces are so interesting. In the past year we have purchased almost 10 of these type of puzzles. They are currently all constructed on a table in our living room. They are so cool, you want to do them over and over again, unlike cardboard puzzles with bad printing or photography. These puzzles have beautiful artwork and are joy to construct. Easy enough to be a pleasure and not frustrating. It is very easy to get addicted to doing these wooden puzzles. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy!
Name: Judith Inman
Review: Love, love, love these ecru puzzles. It is about time someone made puzzles that did not have that annoying glare on the pieces. Living on the New England coast, the Fisherman's Cottage particularly appealed to me. Despite the description saying it was difficult, I found it fairly easy. It is just a matter of really studying the pieces. The pieces also fit together nicely. I usually share them with my daughter-in-law, and also do them over many times. Keep up the great work Artifact!!
Name: Timothy Wright
Review: Ecru is Artifact's second product line. I am told that it is their premium line, hence both higher quality and more difficult. That essentially was my experience. By most measures this is a small puzzle both in area and piece count. But, I may have 4-5 hours invested in one sitting before I finished it. I was able to work the puzzle from bottom to top, with a keen eye for unique connectors. In my experience, for the smaller size, this is as difficult as the "Kraken", or the "Scream" both also from Artifact. How about the colors, whimsies and what ever? It had all the top quality I expect from Artifact including the irregular edge. Know any puzzle experts, this would be the perfect gift. They will not blow through this one.