Paul Signac Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle
Chrysler Museum of Art

Paul Signac Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

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The Lagoon of Saint Mark, Venice (1905)

Paul Signac (1863 - 1935) was one of the most influential Neo-Impressionist painters of his time. With his friend Georges Seurat (1859 - 1891), he moved the artistic breakthroughs of the Impressionists in a more disciplined direction with a study of modern optics and color theory.

Signac's Lagoon of Saint Mark, Venice (in the Chrysler's collection), is a stunning example of Pointillism, though by 1905 the artists was using larger, mosaic-like squares of bold color. Up close, only careful groups of brightly hued brushstrokes are visible. A few steps back, a dream seascape emerges. 

  • Approximately 250 pieces
  • Finished puzzle measures 10 × 14 in (25.4 × 35.6 cm)
  • Many pieces are shaped to reflect the theme of the image
  • No two pieces are shaped the same
  • Puzzle includes no corner pieces, and straight edges in the center for an irresistible challenge
  • Made with wood from forests managed on a sustainable-yield basis
  • Exclusive to the Chrysler Museum Shop, and made expressly for the Chrysler Museum of Art
  • Produced in the United Kingdom
  • Not suitable for children under 3 years of age due to small pieces which present a choking hazard