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Artifact Puzzles - Edward Hopper Night Hawks Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Edward Hopper Night Hawks Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 80.00


This is a 374 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of Edward Hopper's famous 1942 painting Night Hawks. The puzzle design by Maria Berg has lots of film-noir themed whimsy pieces (including a smoking detective and a gun), bannister-top knob connectors, and rectangular pieces. Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard wood box. Made in USA.

 

  • 374 pieces
  • 17.5" x 9.5"
  • laser-cut wooden jigsaw puzzle
  • Made in USA
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    Name: Michael Fox
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    Review: Has any other painting so captured the loneliness of wartime urban America? And the puzzle allows you to interact with each beautiful detail. That's part of the joy of an Artifact interpretation of fine art. It allows you to meditate on the piece. And if you are ever within a thousand miles of the Art Institute of Chicago, seek out the original. Ask the folks there if they still have the program that allows you take the original home for a night. Two words of caution. You've never seen so many shades of green. And the pieces are cut a little thin in places and can be a tad fragile. It is an exquisite offering.
    Name: Hronir Jones
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    Review: Puzzle pairs well with a bottle of 10 yr old Talisker and a dark rainy night. A classic American masterpiece is met with by a masterpiece of a puzzle. I don't usually go in for rectangular-ish pieces, as they can feel too simple, but the clean lines and intricate "banister" knob connectors themed-well to the architecture of the painting. The true themes of this painting - existential angst of lonely citizens, the Ubuntu of late-night urban life - were a bit cast aside for a more playful film noir theme for the whimsies, which were admittedly enjoyable and and had me re-watching the Bogart the next night. Not sure how long it took exactly, I stayed up too late obsessively finishing it, but perhaps not at my most sharp.

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