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Apples and Grapes 1880 by Claude Monet

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Puzzle Pieces

Each puzzle is freshly printed directly after the order and is therefore always brand new. Production time about 3 working days.

Estimated shipping date:

3 Working days from order receipt

Playing fun for the little ones, along the way the motor skills of the youngest are trained in a playful way. Practise logical thinking and patience with your little one when putting the children's puzzle together. Piece by piece you put the puzzle together, together or alone you will achieve success. To make it easier for your child to do the puzzle, we print the puzzle motif on the lid of the box to help. Whether your puzzle fun should take place at home or on the road - everything is conceivable, because the pieces are placed directly on the cardboard of the frame. Since only a few punching lines are needed, you can perfectly set the scene for your chosen motif. The frame puzzle is delivered ready-made, so your child can have a first look at the finished puzzle. Start now and give the gift of joy!

Age recommendation: from approx. 4 years ol

A 100-piece puzzle is the perfect way to introduce your child to a puzzle independently. Perhaps the motivation is not so great at the beginning, but the joy will be found quickly, because the sense of achievement sets in quickly. In the puzzle, 100 puzzle pieces are distributed over the base area of a 200-piece puzzle. This means that the individual puzzle pieces are larger, which can be an advantage for small and large hands at the beginning. The sections of your motif are clearly visible, so it's best not to choose the difficulty level too high and take a picture with lots of details.

Age recommendation: from approx. 8 years old

Our 200-piece puzzle introduces you to the subject of puzzles, it's a super starter. It is made for children of primary school age as well as for older people. You will quickly achieve a sense of achievement, you don't need too much stamina. The puzzler will be challenged, but not overwhelmed. Give it a try!

Age recommendation: from 8 years

A puzzle with 500 pieces is for all those who are already puzzle fans and consider themselves skilled. The next step up would be 1000 pieces, but with 500 pieces you will reach success much faster, the difficulty level is medium. A 500-piece puzzle is a bit of a challenge for practised puzzlers, but experienced puzzlers will see it as a welcome change.

It's great for long summer evenings on the terrace, rainy afternoons in autumn or even cold winter days. Let's start having fun!

Age recommendation: from 8-10 years

The photo jigsaw puzzle with 1000 pieces is a classic, it shows off your motif to great effect. You put the puzzle together piece by piece, it is an attractive challenge for puzzle fans. The design options are great, you can create your puzzle from predefined theme worlds or choose your own motif. You decide how difficult it will be by defining the motif. Let's go with a little challenge!

Age recommendation: from 10 years

40 pieces puzzle

Gelegte Size:

ca. 23,0 x 24,0 cm

Größe Puzzle piece:

Ø 4,8 x 4,0 cm

Puzzle board:

ca. 2 mm

We produce completely carbon-neutral:

Safety instructions:

The product named above complies with the following regulations:

RL 2009/48/EG Richtlinie "Sicherheit von Spielzeug"

EN 71-1:2018-12

DIN EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018

(Mechanik/Physik)

EN 71-3:2019-08

DIN EN 71-3:2019

(Migration)

EN 71-9:2007-09

DIN EN 71-9:2005+A1:2007

(Organische Verb.)

REACH 1907/2006

100 pieces puzzle

Size of the box:

10” x 8” x 1.875”

Laid size:

13” x 16”

Size puzzle pieces:

approx. 2” x 1 3/8”

Puzzle board:

approx. 0.08”

We produce completely carbon-neutral:

Safety instructions:

200 pieces puzzle

Size of the box:

29,0 x 23,0 x 3,3 cm

Laid size:

48,0 x 34,0 cm

Size puzzle pieces:

Ø 3,2 x 2,5 cm

Puzzle board:

approx. 2 mm

We produce completely carbon-neutral:

Safety instructions:

The product named above complies with the following regulations:

RL 2009/48/EG Richtlinie "Sicherheit von Spielzeug"

EN 71-1:2018-12

DIN EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018

(Mechanik/Physik)

EN 71-3:2019-08

DIN EN 71-3:2019

(Migration)

EN 71-9:2007-09

DIN EN 71-9:2005+A1:2007

(Organische Verb.)

REACH 1907/2006

500 pieces puzzle

Box size:

10” x 8” x 1.875”

Laid size:

19.25” x 26.625”

Size puzzle pieces:

approx. 2.50” x 1.25”

Puzzle board:

approx. 0.08”

We produce completely carbon-neutral:

Safety instructions:

1000 pieces puzzle

Box size:

10” x 8” x 1.875”

Laid size:

19.25” x 26.625”

Size puzzle pieces:

approx. 1.25” x 5/8”

Puzzle board:

approx. 0.08”

We produce completely carbon-neutral:

Safety instructions:

Æpyornis

Æpyornis is a puzzle publisher that specializes in faithful photos and artworks of famous artists. This means that the artworks are neither fake nor over-processed. They are realistic and also very versatile.

Artist "Claude Monet"

Claude Monet (* November 14, 1840 in Paris; † December 5, 1926 in Giverny, born Oscar-Claude Monet) was an important French painter whose middle creative period is assigned to the style of Impressionism.

The early work up to the mid-1860s includes realistic paintings, some of which Monet exhibited at the Paris Salon. In the late 1860s, Claude Monet began to paint Impressionist paintings. An example of his paintings of this creative period is Impression, Sunrise, a harbor view of Le Havre, which gave the name to the whole movement. Thus he moved away from the taste of the time, influenced by the traditional art academies, which worsened his financial situation.

In the 1870s, Monet participated in some of the Impressionist exhibitions, in which artists such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Edgar Degas also took part, and was promoted in particular by the art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel.

Monet's financial situation remained strained until the 1890s. During this time, Monet developed the concept of the series, according to which he painted a motif in different light moods. In addition, he began to lay out his famous garden in Giverny, which he subsequently also used as a motif for his paintings.

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