Tea by James Tissot, 1872 Jigsaw PuzzleSKU: 16565186074922557269
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Tissot immersed himself in London's local scene after moving there in 1871, painting for Vanity Fair and genre paintings with a river Thames backdrop.
Tissot's most famous London picture, Bad News (National Museum of Wales, Cardiff), shows a captain and his girlfriend absorbing the news of his impending departure while a companion prepares tea, and the Pool of London appears in the background. This canvas is a repetition of his left-hand portion of that picture. There is a view of the dense urban landscape beyond that stretch of river here. A pencil study for this work was owned by Tissot's friend Degas.
The puzzle comes in a glossy finish on sturdy chipboard backing and includes a reference print to easily put the puzzle together.
- 100% chipboard
- 1014 piece options
- Available in vertical or horizontal orientation
- Glossy laminated finish
- Includes reference print for putting the puzzle together
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