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Paul Signac Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Paul Signac Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

By Chrysler Museum of Art

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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. 

Don't let the low piece-count fool you; this 250-piece puzzle has no corner pieces, and includes straight edges in the interior pieces. Made in the United Kingdom especially for the Chrysler Museum, the wooden puzzle has shaped "whimsy" pieces that reflect the theme of the image.

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Product Details

  • Approximately 250 wooden pieces
  • Finished puzzle measures 10 × 14 in (25.4 × 35.6 cm)
  • Includes shaped "whimsy" pieces
  • No "corner" pieces
  • Straight edges on interior pieces
  • Made with sustainably harvested wood
  • Not suitable for children under 3 years of age due to small pieces which present a choking hazard
  • Product type: Jigsaw Puzzle
  • Shipping Weight: 2.0 lb (32.0 oz; 907 g)
  • SKU010000183

About the Artist, Paul Signac

Paul Signac (1863-1935) was a prominent French painter and one of the leading figures of the Neo-Impressionist movement. Born on November 11, 1863, in Paris, Signac developed a passion for art at an early age. He initially pursued a career in architecture but eventually dedicated himself to painting, becoming an influential force in the art world.

Signac's artistic style was characterized by his use of vibrant colors and meticulous pointillist technique. Inspired by Georges Seurat, he adopted the principles of divisionism, applying small dots or strokes of pure color that would blend optically to create a harmonious whole. Signac's paintings captured the essence of natural landscapes, coastal scenes, and everyday life, infusing them with luminosity and a sense of tranquility.

Beyond his artistic achievements, Signac played a pivotal role in promoting Neo-Impressionism as a movement. He was a founding member of the Société des Artistes Indépendants, an influential group that aimed to showcase innovative and avant-garde art. Signac's dedication to his craft, his technical expertise, and his commitment to artistic principles continue to inspire artists and art enthusiasts to this day. His legacy as a master of color and a champion of Neo-Impressionism solidifies his place among the renowned artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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