Arthur Lismer (Canadian, 1885–1969)
Bright Land, 1938
Arthur Lismer often joined Tom Thomson and the other Group of Seven artists on sketching trips to Algonquin Park and Georgian Bay, Ontario. Together they explored, through art, the unique character of the Canadian landscape. Bright Land is one of Lismer's finest works—and one of Pomegranate’s most popular 1,000-piece landscape puzzles.
Excellent all around, except for one missing piece
A general 1000 piece exercise puzzle to wind down at the end of the day. The colours are interesting the patterns are unique enough to allow flawless assembly. A joy to complete due to the well known excellent quality consistently provided by Pomegranate puzzles. Minimal puzzle dust, perfect fit, unique shapes, no issues whatsoever regarding cutting and materials, the surface is matte as usual, just an overall joy.
This one was a lot of work but it was so beautiful when completed. Hated to disassemble it. One of my favorites!
I love these beautiful Pomegranite art puzzles. They are challenging but so satisfying when completed!
Challenging due to subtle but repeated color variations. Great art puzzle.