This 1000 piece adult jigsaw puzzle from Pomegranate features spectacular artwork with great reproduction. A Village Festival, with a Theatrical Performance and a Procession in Honour of St. Hubert and St. Anthony, 1632, by Pieter Brueghel the Younger (Flemish, c. 1564–1637/1638). Published with Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Finished size: 25" x 20". Released February 2013.
Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, Pomegranate's interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine superb color reproduction, stunning and unusual images, and heirloom-quality construction to delight generations of puzzle solvers.
Really fun and challenging!
This puzzle was a challenge but fun. The photo helped a lot!
This is by far the hardest puzzle I’ve ever completed. Very complex scenes and mostly dark colors make this a real challenge.
This puzzle is too daunting for my husband and he gave up after two days. I have been working on it for several weeks and find it quite challenging, but interesting and fun. I would like to see more art puzzles of this nature in the future. I like a challenge and I will get it done!
A nice puzzle - we're still working on it. Pieces are small, color reproduction is good. Some of the pieces "seem to fit", but are not the right ones. Be careful.
We gave this as a gift to a real Puzzler and he thoroughly enjoyed working on it. He said it was a real challenge.
I enjoyed this puzzle very much. It was especially fun to closely examine what was happening in the painting that Brueghel the Younger did so many years ago. I found it to be difficult because of so many pieces in brownish shades. Still, I was able to finish it without agonizing.
Without pattern or symmetry, this is a real challenge.
Challenging (because the scene colors are well varied yet repetitive), and amusing because this is a "block party" that is out of control--lots of fun, great quality all the way around.
I haven't put this puzzle together yet, but I'm impressed by its quality already. The box feels sturdy, and the pieces look well cut. I like that the box isn't a shiny cardboard like some puzzles I've put together, it makes for less glare on the artwork. Easier on the eyes. Shipping was faster than I expected.