A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (427 Piece Wooden Puzzle)
- Categories: 19th Century, 401 - 500 Pieces, Impressionist, Level 2, New Arrivals, Puzzles For Her, Puzzles For Him, Summer, Victorian
- Type: 401-500 Piece Puzzle
This depiction of a Paris nightclub scene was first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1882 and is considered the last major work and crowning achievement of French impressionist Édouard Manet, so we've created it into a wooden puzzle for many to enjoy.
This piece is incredibly crucial as Manet was ill and almost immobile during the time. He perfectly captured a momentary perspective of life in Paris at the time and his piece continues to grow more popular as the years go by.
Many critics and art enthusiasts continue to observe this painting and attempt to figure out the barmaid's expression. What is she thinking? While completing this wooden puzzle, we encourage you to observe the setting and expressions given by the painting and find what deeper meaning it has to you.
The perfect gift of a wooden puzzler for Fine Art lovers, this traditional adult wooden puzzle can be done time and again. Our puzzle artists have included many shaped whimsy puzzle pieces that match the subject of the painting, and we have integrated them in ways that will delight and surprise you as you put the wooden puzzle together.
- Includes Bonus Poster to Guide Assembly
- Number of Puzzle Pieces: 427
- Completed Puzzle Size: 16" X 12"
- Artist: Édouard Manet
- Serial #: NP19-427-123
- Wood Thickness: 4mm
- Cut Style: Modern
- Difficulty: Level 2
- Made in the USA
- Wooden Puzzle